Arbitration in São Paulo
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 year 2018 was marked at CAM-CCBC by major initiatives to promote transparency. The main one has to do with the practice of incorporating resolutions to the regulation, which has consolidated in the last twelve months. “Our regulation is excellent, but things are...read more
The CAM-CCBC is part of the preparatory course for Willem C. Vis Moot, the world’s leading academic Arbitration competition held annually in Vienna, Austria, and in Hong Kong in its Vis Moot East version. Since 2010, the Center organizes Pre-Moots, pre-competition...read more
The CAM-CCBC, the first Arbitration and Mediation Center in Brazil, will celebrate its 40th anniversary celebrating its pioneering vocation. The institution was inaugurated in 1979 by a group of professors and lawyers who made history when editing the first...read more