ICC arbitration toolkit

Resources to help counsel prepare for and conduct an arbitration under the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Arbitration Rules.

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), established in Paris in 1919, is a non-profit private association established to promote international commerce. The International Court of Arbitration (ICC Court) is the arbitral body attached to the ICC in Paris. The ICC Court organises and supervises arbitrations and is considered one of the leading international arbitral institutions, both in terms of the volume of cases and the significance of disputes heard.

This Toolkit offers a selection of Practical Law Arbitration resources designed to give arbitration practitioners an understanding of several important aspects of arbitration at the ICC, including:

  • Drafting an arbitration agreement providing for ICC arbitration.

  • Conducting an arbitration under the ICC Arbitration Rules, including:

    • appointing an arbitrator;

    • procedure and the Terms of Reference;

    • the award, modifications to the award and enforcement.

The Toolkit also contains a useful list of links to ICC resources.


Practical Law Arbitration resources

Practice notes

Standard clauses and documents


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