The ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR comprises a team of lawyers, arbitrators, mediators, in-house counsel and law professors from more than 90 countries.
The Commission holds two annual meetings at which proposed Reports and other Commission products are discussed, debated, and voted on
The work of the Commission is hereby often carried out in special purpose Task Forces. Commission members are nominated by the National Committees for becoming a member of a Task Force. The Task Forces and Working Groups are of paramount importance for the Commission to succeed in accomplishing its mission.
The Commission’s mission is to produce reports and guidelines on legal, procedural and practical aspects of dispute resolution.
The Commission proposes new policies and tools to innovate and promote efficient and cost-effective settlement of disputes.
The Commission also discusses and contributes to the drafting of proposed revisions to the ICC Rules of Arbitration and other arbitration rules, such as the Rules on ICC as Appointing Authority. It drafts and approves the ICC Mediation Rules, Expert Rules and Dispute Board Rules.