Arbitration Chambers is a leading set of independent arbitrators, with offices in Hong Kong, London and New York.
Arbitration Chambers was established in Hong Kong in 2012 and has grown to become the pre-eminent chambers for international arbitrators in the world. In response to growing demand and in recognition of the cities’ importance as seats of international arbitration, Chambers expanded to London in 2017 and to New York in 2020. We are the only global chambers dedicated solely to the field of international arbitration, and our members are amongst the most experienced arbitrators from around the world. With arbitrators from common law and civil law jurisdictions, our members offer a broad array of skills and experience necessary to determine the most complex international disputes.
Hong Kong remains a leading hub for international arbitration across the Asia-Pacific and its importance is reflected in the fact that it is home to the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), the ICC’s International Court of Arbitration (ICC), the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC), the China Maritime Arbitration Commission (CMAC) and the Chinese Arbitration Association (CAA).
London, one of the oldest and most established arbitral centres, is often referred to as the world’s financial capital. The presence of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), together with one of the highest concentration of arbitration practitioners of any city in the world, makes London a natural leading centre for the resolution of complex international disputes.
New York is amongst the most popular venues for international arbitration globally and the leading seat in the Americas, with its status as a global financial and commercial centre, along with a well-established infrastructure for dispute resolution. Home to leading arbitration institutions such as the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), the CPR International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR), and the ICC, as well as leading practitioners and academics, New York continues to grow as a major centre for both international commercial and investor-State disputes.