NYIAC Membership

Be a part of all of the progress and excitement at the New York International Arbitration Center.  NYIAC invites qualified individuals to join us as individual members.  Support NYIAC’s work and enjoy access to a community of leading international arbitration practitioners, attend members-only events, appear in our on-line directory, participate in our committees, and more.

Who may join?

Individuals who satisfy at least one of our membership criteria:

  • Lawyers with a minimum of seven years of experience (from any jurisdiction)
  • Non-lawyer arbitration practitioners with a minimum of seven years of experience who have participated in at least three arbitrations
  • Academics who have published at least one article in the field of arbitration or comparative law
  • Arbitration practitioners with less than seven years of experience

What does it cost?

Individual memberships are $400 per year.  Young arbitration practitioner memberships are $200 per year.

What are the benefits of membership?

  • Networking — Membership in NYIAC provides access to a community of the leading international arbitration practitioners.
  • Events — NYIAC organizes members-only events to facilitate relationship building in the international arbitration community.
  • Membership Directory — NYIAC plans to publish an on-line membership directory, available to the public through NYIAC’s website.
  • Inaugural Member Recognition — Any individual member joining NYIAC in 2014 will be recognized in the membership directory and other NYIAC publications as an “inaugural member”
  • Committee Participation — Members are eligible to participate
  • CLE and Conferences — Members will be entitled to discounts on NYIAC CLE and conference tuition and fees.

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Please choose one of the options below as either:

  • Lawyer: A lawyer with a minimum of seven years of experience (from any jurisdiction)
  • Non-lawyer: Non-lawyer arbitration practitioners with a minimum of seven years of experience who have participated in at least three arbitrations
  • Academic: An academic who has published at least one article in the field of arbitration or comparative law
  • Early Career: An arbitration practitioner with less than seven years of experience

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