Considering becoming an arbitrator, and struggling to navigate the confusing array of professional designations available in Canada?
Here's the scoop: technically, you don't need an official designation to become an arbitrator in Canada. However, those who obtain accreditation through a recognized association enjoy a much higher degree of credibility.
The Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Canada (ADRIC), along with its regional affiliates, is a leading provider of professional designations to arbitrators across the country.
In this post, we outline the different levels of accreditation offered through ADRIC and explain what it takes to achieve each one.
Read on to get a clearer sense of the path you can follow to launch a successful career in arbitration.