EXTRAJUDICIAL METHODS
OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION:

Extrajudicial methods of dispute resolution, also known as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), encompass a variety of modalities that can be used individually or in combination (hybrid and tiered clauses). The most commonly used domestic and international modalities include mediation and arbitration. However, conciliation, negotiation, and Dispute Boards (DBs) are also modalities encompassed by the concept of the Multi-Door Court. The Brazilian Center for Mediation and Arbitration (CBMA) uniquely fits into the domestic and international conflict ecosystem as it was founded by relevant stakeholders (FIRJAN, ACRJ, and FENASEG). We are an institution of recognized prominence with extensive expertise in conflict resolution. We operate as a service management institution in mediation, arbitration, and Dispute Boards.

Why CBMA?

The CBMA - Brazilian Center for Mediation and Arbitration is a well-established and internationally recognized arbitration chamber, founded in 2002 by the entities ACRJ, FENASEG and FIRJAN. It boasts proper facilities, an efficient secretariat, a specialized technical team in its leadership that supports all procedures, along with a panel of highly competent arbitrators and mediators who are widely recognized in the field.

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Young Committees

É um dos projetos idealizados e concretizados pelo CBMA para a promoção dos meios alternativos de solução de conflitos no Brasil.

Young Mediators Committee - CJM

The Young Mediators Committee - CJM, composed of law students and recent graduates, aims to promote mediation and the best domestic and international practices among the younger audience. The CJM is made up of members from various states in the federation and provides its members with access to top professionals in the field, as well as training courses and events.

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Young Arbitrators Committee - CJA

The Young Arbitrators Committee - CJA, composed of law students and recent graduates, aims to promote arbitration and the best domestic and international practices among the younger audience. The CJA is made up of members from various states in the federation and provides its members with access to top professionals in the field, as well as training courses and events.

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