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Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration Invitation for Applications for NCIA Arbitrator and Mediator Panel Status Listing

The Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration (NCIA) is a dispute resolution service provider established by the Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration Act no 26 of 2013.

The primary mandate of NCIA is to administer international commercial arbitration and other forms of dispute resolution processes.

NCIA has published the NCIA Arbitration and Mediation Rules, which facilitate institute administered arbitration and mediation under its auspices (now available on our website www.ncia.or.ke). NCIA also accepts requests to facilitate administration of ad-hoc dispute resolution processes as well as requests to act as an appointing authority.

To facilitate administration of disputes, NCIA is inviting interest from qualified arbitrators and mediators to apply for panel status listing by submitting the appropriate Forms lA and Form lB accessible on our   website   ( www.ncia.or.ke) with   the   requisite   payment.   Copies of the application together   with   the supporting documentation may be uploaded   online   or be delivered to the Registrar; the same should be marked ‘Confidential request for Panel Status’ and delivered to;

The Registrar,

Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration

Co-operative Bank House, ih Floor, Haile Selassie Avenue

P.O Box 548-00200

The name and profile of an arbitrator or mediator whose application is approved will be listed on the NCIA Panel to be published in the website and other material. This information will be available to parties and the NCIA for cases referred to the NCIA for arbitration or mediation.

Applicants are advised to consider the NCIA Arbitration Rules, 2015, NCIA Mediation Rules, 2015; the NCIA Code of Conduct for Arbitrators, NCIA Code of Conduct for Mediators; and the qualification requirements in the NCIA Arbitrator Panel Status Standard and NCIA Mediator Panel Status   Standard   before   filling   the   application forms.   (Please visit   our   website www.ncia.or.ke to access these documents). For more information, please contact us by email on the following email; registrar@ncia.or.ke or counsel@ncia.or.ke.

  1. September 27, 2016

    I’m a Civil Engineer, 10 years experience in a wide range of construction projects (roads, bridges, dams, tunnels, power plants, powerlines, buildings, power stations) carrying out responsibities ranging from technical execution to contract management and dispute resolution.

    I hold a Master of Laws in Construction Law, Arbitration and Adjudication, and am a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators UK.

    I love matters arbitration and adjudication.

  2. October 22, 2016

    Does the Centre have Jurisdiction in relation to a case reffered to it by a Zambian party?

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