Young ICCA, the young branch of ICCA, the International Council for Commercial Arbitration, is a world-wide arbitration knowledge network that provides skills training, mentoring, networking and academic opportunities to arbitration students, young practitioners and academics. Established in 2010, Young ICCA counts todays more than 9,000 members from all around the world. Joining Young ICCA is free, and the
registration form can be easily completed online.
Young ICCA’s activities include the following:
- Organizing skills training workshops/webinars focused on practical aspects of international arbitration;
- Offering a Mentoring Programme, which provides a unique platform for young professionals to connect with and learn from the experience of more senior members of the arbitration community;
- Providing scholarships for attending the LLM programmes in international arbitration at the University of Miami, MIDS in Geneva and the Tsinghua Law School in Beijing; and
- Maintaining a blog where its members can submit articles for publication.
Young ICCA is active on social media (LinkedIn and Twitter) and has a YouTube channel, where the recordings of its webinars are posted. You can find out more about Young ICCA and its activities at www.arbitrationicca.org/YoungICCA/.