Arbitration is a significant means for resolving commercial disputes as they are a private, consensual means of dispute resolution. Arbitrations can be either ad-hoc, where parties agree to arbitrate without reference to a specific institution that supplies the administrative aspects, or institutional. An institutional arbitration would mean that you are subject to the rules of the institution chosen, such as: ICC, LCIA or SCC.
Here at Wilberforce, as well as acting as advocates, we also have barristers that are full time Arbitrators or are able and willing to accept appointments as an Arbitrator. These barristers are members of specialist arbitration panels and sit both here in the UK or abroad.