Founded on July 26, 1979 by a group of lawyers and law professors, initially as the CCBC Arbitration Commission, the Center anticipated the regulation of the activity in Brazil. When the law came into force in 1996 with the promulgation of the Arbitration Law (Law 9307/96), CAM-CCBC soon became prominent on the national scene, because it was already structured to offer reference services and because it was aligned with the international best practices in the field of ADRs.
The second edition of SP Arbitration Week (SPAW) is already open for event registration. After last year's success, one of the main news is the creation of rules for the Week, which include the encouragement of female participation. The measure follows CAM-CCBC's...read more
Near to Guanabara Bay, Marina da Glória and Arcos da Lapa. 10 minutes away from the Municipal Theater and the Museum of Modern Art. It looks like a Rio de Janeiro tourist route, but these are some of the neighbors of the new headquarters of CAM-CCBC in Rio de Janeiro,...read more
A faster and less costly alternative, business mediation is a strategy that has been receiving more and more incentives in CAM-CCBC. In addition to promising new events related to mediation throughout the year and accepting events on the subject at SP Arbitration...read more