skip to Main Content

The College of Commercial Arbitrators, an invitation-only organization, both defines and promotes the highest standards of arbitrator ethics, standards of conduct, and best practices in the field of commercial arbitration-- both nationally and internationally.

The Fellows of the College are the elite within the profession.
CCA Fellows have the professional training, judgment and years of experience to undertake the most complex and difficult commercial arbitration assignments.

The CCA Guide to Best Practices in Commercial Arbitration
- 4th Edition is now available.
Print • E-Book • PDF

College of Commercial Arbitrators (CCA)

The College of Commercial Arbitrators (CCA), comprised of nationally and internationally recognized commercial arbitrators, promotes the highest standards of integrity, professionalism and practice in the field of commercial arbitration.

CCA FELLOWS

An invitation only Fellowship of Elite
and Experienced Commercial Arbitrators

News

Events

Resources

Commercial Arbitration Is Alive and Well in New York

By David C. Singer - Commercial arbitration is flourishing in New York because parties voluntarily agree that arbitration is the preferred method for addressing and resolving disputes that may arise from their contractual relationships. The freedom of contracting parties to make that choice is a good thing.

Our Mission

The Founding Board of CCA held the view that a national organization of commercial arbitrators could provide a meaningful contribution to the profession, the public and to the businesses and lawyers who depend on commercial arbitration as a primary means of dispute resolution.

  • Create a fellowship of arbitrators whose professional training and experience qualify them to undertake the most complex and difficult commercial arbitration assignments
  • Promote professionalism and high ethical practice in commercial arbitration
  • Adopt and maintain standards of conduct
  • Develop “best practices” materials
  • Provide peer training and professional development
  • Provide opportunities for interaction among peers
  • Promote diversity within commercial arbitration
Back To Top
X

Forgot Password?

Join Us

Password Reset
Please enter your e-mail address. You will receive a new password via e-mail.