Few months in operation, CRCICA membership attracts members from different countries. Beside Egypt, some joined from Lebanon, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, England and Belgium. Speaking of professions, lawyers and engineers rank top. Others are accountants, members of private sector companies and governmental officials.
Approximately 20% of existing members have been qualified by completing CRCICA training program on Comparative Commercial Arbitration: Theory and Practice (CCATP). Other members were able to demonstrate an acceptable level of experience and professional exposure.
CRCICA Membership Steering Committee ensures the respectful professional level of members, in so doing, some exceptional cases call for tele-interviews or require submission of further documentations. Very few applications have been turned down for unauthenticity.
Members continue to enjoy a range of benefits including free subscription to the Journal of Arab Arbitration, which is issued semi-annually to provide comprehensive update on the development and application of international commercial arbitration. 40% discount on CRCICA publications, 20% discount on CRCICA room rental price list and free registration at CRCICA Mediation Breakfasts and CIArb Cairo Wednesday One Seminars.