The Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA, Association suisse de l’arbitrage) is a non-profit association with over 1000 members in Switzerland and all over the world. ASA is Switzerland’s leading arbitration organisation and brings together the world’s most eminent arbitration practitioners from six continents and 50+ jurisdictions.

ASA’s activities are organized in Five Pillars: (i) thought leadership, (ii) training and talent, (iii) arbitration users, (iv) the Swiss Arbitration Centre, and (v) arbitration infrastructure (with the Swiss Arbitration Hub).

Founded in 1974

1000+ members

Five Pillars

Become a Member of ASA

Membership is open to everyone with an interest in arbitration, irrespective of nationality or the level of experience. Discover the benefits of membership for you.

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Discover ASA Local Groups

Join your local peers: The ASA Local Groups in Basel, Bern/Neuchâtel (Mittelland), Geneva, Lausanne, Lugano and Zurich meet informally two to five times a year to network and exchange experiences and know-how.


Discover ASA – South-East Asia

The ASA South-East Asia Chapter is a regional ASA group based in Singapore.
It was founded in 2016 to serve the needs of users in South-East Asia by organizing events and providing information.


Discover ASA below 40

Established in 2001, ASA’s young practitioners group aims at connecting arbitration practitioners below the age of 40 and promoting the exchange of views and experiences amongst them in a friendly and informal environment. The group holds two main seminars per year and regularly organizes further events in collaboration with other organizations or institutions that support young arbitration practitioners.

Membership is free and not dependent upon membership of ASA.


Find an arbitration specialist

Our popular ASA Profiles database of eminent arbitration specialists – counsel, arbitrators, experts – allows you to search for the person you need. You set the criteria, and we provide a list of responsive names and profiles.

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Swiss Rules 2021

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Swiss Rules 2021