First Arbitrator Intelligence Reports available, providing state-of-the-art analytics about international arbitrators
On the 15th of July 2020, Arbitrator Intelligence – a global information aggregator that collects and analyses critical information about international arbitrator decision making – announced that the first Arbitrator Intelligence Reports are now available for purchase by arbitration users on their website.
The Arbitrator Intelligence Reports aim to give users data-driven insights into the case management skills and decision making of an individual arbitrator by providing them with valuable data and analytics. Thus, they seek to enable parties to make informed decisions about arbitrator selection and case strategy.
The information that the reports contain is previously collected by Arbitrator Intelligence from parties, internal and external counsel, as well as third-party funders via the anonymous “Arbitrator Intelligence Questionnaire” (AIQ). Through the online platform as well as a large network of industry relationships, they are able to collect crucial data and feedback on individual non-public cases, while maintaining the confidentiality of the parties.
Arbitrator Intelligence was founded by Catherine Rogers, who comments on the launch: “Beyond getting their first appointments, women arbitrators still face challenges in translating successful appointments into reputations for being effective arbitrators. Our Reports will be a springboard for developing those reputations and, as a result, helping to secure future appointments.”
The Reports are available for sale, with a discount for members in return for providing data to Arbitrator Intelligence via AIQs. The membership is free, and law firms as well as corporate and state users of arbitration are entitled to join.