In 2021, ACICA released its fourth edition of the ACICA Arbitration Rules, 10 years after significant legislative reforms to arbitration were made in Australia. Around the same time, ACICA commenced a re-invigoration of its engagement with stakeholders to enliven arbitration activity in Australia.
In the last decade, Australia has experienced a consolidation and expansion of its status as a modern, progressive arbitral jurisdiction with a large and cohesive arbitration community. At the same time, ACICA’s reputation as a widely respected international arbitration institution has strengthened…
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