Starting An ADR Practice
Presented by the Domestic Arbitration Committee of the NYSBA Dispute Resolution Section.
What should you know to start and maintain you own arbitration practice? Hear from a panel of arbitrators who started their own practices and were successful. Learn what arbitrators should do and what they should avoid? What issues and problems did the arbitrators encounter and overcome? Learn what makes your arbitration practice strong. How should you consider single and tribunal arbitrations and ad hoc and institution administered arbitrations? How do you become chosen for the AAA and ICDR roster of neutrals and other arbitration institutions? This program will provide real experiences and important information for you to succeed.
This program is available as a hybrid – in person or virtual. A networking reception with light refreshments will follow the live event. Once you add the program to your cart, you can choose the virtual option. If you are having any trouble registering, please contact our Member Resource Center team at 800-582-2452.
Learn what you should know from successful Arbitrators and experts!
Moderator: Jay Safer, Esq.
Speakers: Rachel Gupta, Esq., Theo Cheng, Esq., Noah Hanft, Esq., Pierre F. de Ravel d’Esclapon, Esq. and Jeffrey Zaino, Esq.
Domestic Arbitration Committee Co-Chairs, William Crosby, Esq. and Loretta Gastwirth, Esq.
If you are having any trouble registering, please contact our Member Resource Center Team at 800-582-2452.
CLE SINGLE DAY PROGRAMS (Live, Webcast, Webinars & Video Replays)
Cancellations received more than 3 days from the scheduled program date: 100% refund
Cancellations received between 0-3 days from the scheduled program date: 100% refund (less the $25 cancellation fee)
Cancellations received after the scheduled program date: No refund
- January 10, 2023
- 6:00 PM
- 7:00 PM
- New York City
- American Arbitration Association
150 East 42nd Street 17th Floor
New York, NY 10017
- Dispute Resolution Section