Delos Launches Open Access Arbitrator Database to Improve Diversity

Independent arbitration institution Delos has created a free, open-access database of arbitrators, in a bid to increase the pool of arbitrators and foster diversity in appointments.

The database is open to all at no cost, and any arbitrator can post a profile – no previous appointments are required. Arbitrators can choose the information they enter, including gender, age, nationality, location, and cultural and ethnic background, alongside their experience as counsel, tribunal secretary and arbitrator, language skills, and regional, industry, or other specialist expertise. To create a profile, register for a free membership at www.delosdr.org, then click here to add your profile…

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