ADROIT team provides due diligent Tribunal Secretaries both for the AD-HOC and Institutional Arbitration cases:

Tribunal secretaries play an important role in supporting the efficient and effective administration of arbitration cases. They assist arbitral tribunals with various administrative tasks, helping to streamline proceedings and ensure that arbitrators can focus on the substantive issues of the case. Here’s an overview of the role of tribunal secretaries in arbitration cases:

Tribunal secretaries provide administrative support to the arbitral tribunal, assisting with tasks such as managing correspondence, scheduling hearings, and organizing meetings.

They help manage the vast amount of documentary evidence involved in arbitration cases. This includes organizing, indexing, and maintaining the case file, as well as facilitating the exchange of documents between the parties and the tribunal.

Tribunal secretaries may conduct legal research on specific issues raised in the arbitration case, providing the tribunal with relevant legal authorities, precedents, and jurisprudence to inform their decision-making process.

They assist the tribunal in drafting procedural orders, decisions, and awards. This may include preparing drafts based on the tribunal's instructions, incorporating their feedback, and ensuring that the final documents accurately reflect the tribunal's decisions.

Tribunal secretaries serve as a point of contact between the tribunal, the parties, and any other stakeholders involved in the arbitration proceedings. They may communicate procedural matters, deadlines, and logistical details to ensure that the process runs smoothly.

They maintain accurate records of tribunal deliberations, hearings, and other procedural matters. This includes preparing minutes of meetings and keeping track of key decisions and actions taken by the tribunal.

Tribunal secretaries are bound by strict confidentiality obligations and must handle all case-related information with the utmost discretion and confidentiality.

While tribunal secretaries provide valuable support to the arbitral tribunal, they must remain impartial and independent. They should not have any conflicts of interest that could compromise their neutrality or impartiality.

Tribunal secretaries must conduct themselves with professionalism and integrity at all times. They should adhere to the highest ethical standards and comply with any applicable codes of conduct or guidelines.

It’s important to note that the role of tribunal secretaries may vary depending on the specific needs of the arbitral tribunal and the complexity of the arbitration case. In some instances, tribunal secretaries may be appointed by mutual agreement of the parties, while in others, they may be selected and appointed by the tribunal itself. Regardless of the arrangement, tribunal secretaries play a valuable role in supporting the fair, efficient, and orderly conduct of arbitration proceedings.

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