AIA Membership: Registration Page
Membership of the association has been structured so as to make a clear distinction between arbitrators, lawyers, academics and other members.
The membership fee payable for 2011 is USD 208.60 (equivalent to 150 Euros as per the exchange rate on October 17, 2011). Please note that this membership fee is subject to change depending on the exchange rate on the day of application. Arbitrators, lawyers and academic members are welcome to request that their profile and picture be listed on the official AIA website from 2009 onwards.
We would like to thank you in advance for your interest and welcome you not only to our Association, but also to a global movement - a network intent on nurturing an interest in and promoting arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution in general.
With regard to the membership subscription, you can pay either with your credit card on your Paypal account, by pressing the button on your Personal Page, or by bank transfer. The bank transfer details are:
AIA Please be aware that your contact details will only be displayed upon your request and only once the organisation has received payment in full. Please note that fields marked with an asterisk (*) are compulsory.
ING Bank New York City
Account number: 310-1688167-65-011-9-000
Please also note that it is possible to change your own information at a later date by logging in. The site also enables you to renew your membership upon returning to your personal account page.
You can also register your contact details with us at no cost by filling in this form and submitting it electronically.
Please be aware that your contact details will only be displayed upon your request and only once the organisation has received payment in full.
Please note that fields marked with an asterisk (*) are compulsory.
Any information disclosed to the AIA on a voluntary basis (by having registered to the website, e.g.) are used in order to:
* Enhance the content of the website
* Send e-mails
* In compliance with the Belgian Personal Data Protection Act, users are entitled to have access to data related to them and to request corrections or suppressions of t his information