“Watch this space: built and moderated by Colin Rule and Amy Schmitz. is playing a crucial role in bringing arbitration into the 21st century. You will find news, conversations, featured practitioners, a find an arbitrator search tool and other information.” – Mirèze Philippe, Special Counsel, ICC & ArbitralWomen co-founder

“Launched last week, looks to be a winner…. Like its mediation-oriented predecessor, hosts lists of practitioners with easy links to their websites and contact information… The site is intended to attract informed content contributors and one assumes that, with the passage of time, will be a repository of insights in both theory and practice as robust as its mediation sibling.” – F. Peter Phillips, Director of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Skills Program at New York Law School & Former Senior Vice President of the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution

“The COVID-19 crisis has revolutionized the way arbitral proceedings are being conducted. We were witnessing an accelerated integration of ICTs into arbitration proceedings, with a view to transforming arbitration and transitioning same into the future. is a welcomed new initiative that may indeed help push arbitration into the future. The platform has been rebuilt and redesigned with enhanced new features and capabilities, and its founders are indeed keen on offering cutting-edge technology to support and facilitate online arbitration.” Prof. Dr. Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab, Founding Partner and Head of International Arbitration, Zulficar & Partners Law Firm   


Colin Rule

Colin Rule is President and CEO of and In 2011 Colin co-founded, an Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) provider based in Silicon Valley, which was acquired by Tyler Technologies in 2017. From 2017 to 2020 Colin served as Vice President of ODR at Tyler. From 2003 to 2011…

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