What is the Arbitration Law Roster of International Arbitrators?

The Arbitration Law Roster of International Arbitrators was created in 1989 in collaboration with the Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law of Columbia University Law School.  The Roster was the first of its kind and continues to be one of the world's leading arbitrator reference guides.

Featuring over 1,000 arbitrators from 200+ jurisdictions and of 87 nationalities, the Roster is searchable by name, nationality, language, and area of specialization. Arbitrators are categorized using more than 110 areas of specialization. Roster profiles also feature any publications written or edited by listed arbitrators that are available on Arbitration Law.

The Roster is built to help users easily locate, research, and contact the arbitrators that best suit their needs. 

How do I join?

If you would like your profile to be considered for inclusion in the Roster of International Arbitratorsyou must complete a questionnaire (also linked below) and submit it to roster@arbitrationlaw.com for review. If your submission is accepted, you will be notified within ten (10) business days. 

Before completing the questionnaire, carefully examine all of the documents linked below (the Sample Questionnaire, List of Standard Abbreviations, and List of Specializations).

Downloads and Links

The Questionnaire

Sample Questionnaire

List of Standard Abbreviations

List of Specializations

How can I see my profile?

To access your profile, visit the Arbitration Law Roster of International Arbitrators page and enter your last name(s) into the search bar. Once it appears in the search bar, select your name and click "Search."  You can access a full list of arbitrators featured on the Arbitration Law Roster of International Arbitrators, organized alphabetically, at the Full Roster page.

How can I update my profile?

If you would like to update or edit your profile, please contact us at roster@arbitrationlaw.com. We will assist you.  Roster profiles cannot be updated by listed arbitrators; they are updated from the "back end."

How can I enhance my profile?

To enhance your profile, visit the Roster Enhancement page. In the search bar, enter your first name and wait for your name (and unique ID number) to appear. Once it appears, select your name. Once you have selected your name, click "add to cart" to purchase your Enhanced Listing.