The Ukrainian Arbitration Association is a non-profit organization that unites lawyers (irrespective of their nationality or place of residence) who are professionally engaged or interested in international arbitration.
Dear colleagues, we are pleased to inform you that the Arbitration Association (RAA), RAA25 and the Faculty of Law of the Higher School of Economics invite students of law faculties, as well as potential arbitrators of the CIS countries, to participate in the 3rd RAA Arbitration Online Competition
You are interested in international commercial arbitration and everything related to it? You want to deepen your knowledge in this area? You dream to work at an international law firm, but you do not know how to make a positive impression on the employer? In this case, participation in the V Ukrainian Essay Competition in International Commercial Arbitration is a great opportunity for you to come into the spolight!
UAA Submitted its Comments and Proposals to the Draft Law No. 6540 in Arbitration-related Matters to the Ukrainian Parliament
On 2 November 2017, the day befoer the annual conference Kyiv Arbitration Days: Think Big!, a roundtable discussion on the topic of "Illegality and corruption in International Arbitration" organized by LCIA YIAG and the Ukrainian Arbitration Association (UAA) was held at Kyiv's INTEGRITES office
Dear UAA members! We are pleased to invite you to join the PAW 2018 satellite event, which we organize in Paris on April 11, law firm Freshfields provides the support in organization
LONDON’S LEADING INDEPENDENT DISPUTE RESOLUTION & ASSET RECOVERY CONFERENCE COVERING RUSSIA & CIS
It is our pleasure to invite you to the annual ABA conference in Moscow, when East meets West and the hardest topics get discussed. In the time of high political tensions, the conference has a particular importance for the international legal community.
An unmissable opportunity to learn about the revised ICC Arbitration Rules in Ukraine! This unique event will bring together ICC officers, arbitration practitioners and users to discuss the recent amendments to the world’s most popular frequently used arbitration rules