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Resolution Institute Arbitrators' Toolkit

About the Toolkit

The Arbitrators' Toolkit ('the Toolkit') has been developed as a practical guide for arbitrators.

This new website has been developed using a 'wiki-like' platform and interface. This means that the information in the Toolkit can be easily updated and corrected whenever changes are made to laws and regulations. It will be a comparatively simple matter to ensure that the information in the Toolit is always kept as up-to-date as possible.

How to use the Toolkit

The Toolkit is currently divided into XX chapters. Each of the chapters is divided into sub-sections. You can start browsing by going to the Table of contents. If you are having trouble looking through the contents page, you may enter some keywords in the search bar on the right hand side of the screen.

One of the main benefits of the Toolkit is that the text is fully integrated with and hyper-linked to all the primary legal materials held on AustLII, the largest and most widely used free-access provider of online Australian legal materials. AustLII holds all the legislation enacted in every jurisdiction in Australia as well as the decisions and case law of all significant courts, tribunals and regulatory authorities in Australia and a database of nearly 100,000 articles from the major Australian law journals. This means that any law, regulation, court or tribunal decision referred to in the text of the Toolkit is automatically hyperlinked to the primary source document held in the AustLII system.


The content of the Toolkit is made available as a public service for information purposes only. Every effort is made to ensure the content is accurate but no warranty is made as to the accuracy, currency or completeness of its content at any time. The law is complex and constantly changing. Do not rely on this Toolkit as a substitute for legal advice. No responsibility is accepted for any loss, damage or injury, financial or otherwise, suffered by any person acting upon or relying on information contained in it or omitted from it.


The production of the Arbitrators' Toolkit has truly been a collaborative effort.

Sandbox/RIArbToolkit Web Utilities

  • WebTopicList - all topics in alphabetical order
  • WebChanges - recent topic changes in this web
  • WebNotify - subscribe to an e-mail alert sent when topics change
  • WebRss, WebAtom - RSS and ATOM news feeds of topic changes
  • WebPreferences - preferences of this web

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