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.
At the heart of Brazil’s map, the capital of the country was, in August, the stage of the debate on three essential themes for CAM-CCBC: arbitration involving public entities, mediation and gender equality. One of the highlights of the month was the 18th International...read more
International arbitration was one of the hot topics in August at CAM-CCBC. The institution welcomed renowned experts at its headquarters, in events that consolidate the entity as one of the main centers of debate on arbitration proceedings in the country. On 08/14, lawyer and arbitrator Matthieu de Boisessón addressed the application of French law principles in international arbitration, in a conversation with Professor Vera Fradera and Professor Thiago Marinho Nunes.read more
CAM-CCBC is building another bridge to strengthen the relationship between Brazilian arbitration and international arbitration. The new initiative is the international internship, dedicated to receiving professionals enrolled in courses abroad. One of the goals of the project is for these attorneys to become familiar with Brazil’s arbitration and to help disseminate best practices abroad.read more