Arbitrators Code of Ethics Law and Legal Definition

Arbitrators code of ethics is a guide regarding the conduct and ethical responsibilities of arbitrators in commercial disputes. It was prepared in 1977 by a joint committee consisting of a special committee of the American Arbitration Association and a special committee of the American Bar Association. It provides ethical guidelines to many types of arbitration, but it is not intended to apply to mediation or conciliation. It does not form a part of the arbitration rules of the American Arbitration Association or of any other organization.