Who is this for?
ADR or legal practitioners who have accumulated enough experience and would like to progress in the ADR forum with a view of qualifying for fellowship or panel certification.
How to qualify?
Choose one of the routes below:
Route 1: Practicing lawyers
Practicing lawyers, solicitors, barristers, in-house counsels with minimum 10 years’ experience and with 3 years in ADR forums
Route 2: ADR practitioners
Minimum 5 years of working experience relevant to alternative dispute resolution with good knowledge in arbitration, mediation and adjudication
Route 3: Courses
Successfully completing Module 1 and Module 2, or passing Recognised Courses equivalent to Module 1 and Module 2 from the approved list of institutions
Route 4: Equivalent membership
Has been a Member of another international institute recognized by AIADR to be of equal standard and qualifications as for the Member of the Institute
What are the benefits?
- The use of post-nominal letters “MAIADR”
- Voting rights during AIADR General Meetings
- Potential to join panel of practitioners
- Participate in AIADR Committees & events
- Publishing of own articles through AIADR’s website, newsletter and journal
- Participation in discussion forums, moots and talks on special topics by experts in different jurisdictions
- Priority of registration and member rates for courses, training and events by AIADR
- Free subscription to AIADR newsletter and journal
- Network with other members regardless of membership levels
How much will it cost?
One-time registration fee US$25 + Annual Fee US$100
(*1st year annual fee would be pro-rated based on date of application)
Member membership would have to be renewed annually on 1 January of each year