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Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP (BLP)’s International Arbitration Group has issued its latest survey on arbitration user perceptions on various issues affecting the arbitration process. This year, the survey considers the issue of diversity among appointed arbitrators.
There has been an increased awareness of this issue in recent years, particularly in relation to gender imbalance. However, the diversity debate does not begin and end with gender. Not only are the majority of international arbitrators male, they are
also perceived to be predominantly white and from a relatively small number of jurisdictions.
BLP are seeking views on these and other related issues by requesting responses to 16 short questions in a survey. The survey can be found here.
All responses will be treated as confidential and a report on the results of the survey will be circulated to all participants.
BLP’s 2015 survey considered the use of arbitral secretaries. Carol Mulcahy discussed the survey’s results in an article for our service—see here.
Source: Press Release: Diversity on arbitral tribunals: your views
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