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Fellows (FBiam)

Annual Fee: USD 168.00

Please note that prior to applying for Titled Membership, you must register as a General Member (USD 98.00). Any fees paid towards General Membership will be deducted from your Titled Membership Fees.

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Why you should join?

Stand out from the crowd! Being a Fellow of the BIAMC clearly sets you apart as you will have demonstrated that you are willing to take a huge step beyond the basic education that Associate Members take. Being a Fellow of the BIAMC and using the post-nominals “FBiam” indicates that you possess a high level of knowledge and experience in alternative dispute resolution, either demonstrated through having taken the BIAMC Course Modules 1 and 2a or 2b, or via several years of working experience in alternative dispute resolution. Join the BIAMC today to demonstrate that you are a true dispute resolution professional and benefit from the many advantages that being a Fellow offers.

What will you get?

  • Use the post-nominals “FBiam” and be recognised as a well-established dispute resolution professional immediately
  • Receive one free pass to the Jakarta Expert Summit in International Arbitration
  • Benefit from the Special Member Price to the Bali Arbitration Summit
  • Pay a reduced registration fee for all BIAMC courses
  • Enjoy a reduced registration fee for all BIAMC events and those of our partners
  • Stay informed about latest trends in the alternative dispute resolution industry through the BIAMC’s newsletters and updates
  • Engage with other alternative dispute resolution practitioners from Indonesia, South East Asia and generally around the world

How it works?

  • Being admitted as a General Member/Associate Member
  • Possessing a minimum of five years' work experience in alternative dispute resolution (requires the submission of references)
  • Successfully passing the BIAMC Peer Interview for Fellowship


  • Track A: BIAMC’s Certification Pathway
    • Successfully completing the BIAMC's courses
      • "Introduction to ADR" (Module 1)
      • "Essentials of Arbitration" (Module 2a) or "Essentials of Mediation" (Module 2b)


  • Track B: Equivalent Qualification
    • Completing a BIAMC-recognised course (requires the submission of the course certificate)