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Fellows (FBiam)

Annual Fee: USD 168.00

Please note that prior to applying for Titled Membership, you must register as a General Member (USD 98.00). Any fees paid towards General Membership will be deducted from your Titled Membership Fees.

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Why you should join?

Stand out from the crowd! Being a Fellow of the BIAMC clearly sets you apart as you will have demonstrated that you are willing to take a huge step beyond the basic arbitration/ADR education. Being a Fellow of the BIAMC and using the post-nominals “FBiam” makes you stand out as someone who possess a high level of knowledge and experience in ADR, demonstrated through having taken either the BIAMC Course Modules 1 and 2a or 2b or an equivalent ADR course AND in both cases several years of working experience in the field of ADR. Join the BIAMC today to demonstrate that you are a true dispute resolution professional and benefit from the many advantages that being a Fellow offers.

What will you get?

  • Use the post-nominals “FBiam” and be recognised as a well-established dispute resolution professional immediately
  • Receive one free pass to the Jakarta Expert Summit in International Arbitration
  • Benefit from the Special Member Price to the Bali Arbitration Summit
  • Make use of the opportunity to contribute to the BIAMC’s online and offline events as a speaker/lecturer and to the BIAMC Newsletter as an author
  • Benefit from free admission to all BIAMC online courses
  • Pay a reduced registration fee for all BIAMC offline courses
  • Enjoy a reduced registration fee for all BIAMC offline events and those of our partners
  • Stay informed about latest trends in the alternative dispute resolution industry through the BIAMC’s newsletters and updates
  • Engage with other alternative dispute resolution practitioners from Indonesia, South East Asia and generally around the world

How it works?

  • Being admitted as a General Member/Associate Member
  • Possessing a minimum of five years' work experience in alternative dispute resolution (requires the submission of references)
  • Successfully passing the BIAMC Peer Interview for Fellowship (can be waived under special circumstances)

AND

  • Track A: BIAMC’s Certification Pathway
    • Successfully completing the BIAMC's courses
      • "Introduction to ADR" (Module 1)
      • "Essentials of Arbitration" (Module 2a) or "Essentials of Mediation" (Module 2b)

OR

  • Track B: Equivalent Qualification
    • Completing a BIAMC-recognised course (requires the submission of the course certificate)

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