Cookie Policy

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The Luxembourg Arbitration Association
7, rue Alcide de Gasperi
L-1615 Luxembourg – Kirchberg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

The Luxembourg Arbitration Association (LAA, we or our) uses cookies on this website. This cookie policy aims to inform you (users, you or your) about what information we collect as a result of our use of cookies, how we process it, why we do so and when we share it with others.

General information on how we process personal data is available here.


If you would like to receive more information on how we use cookies, please contact


This website uses cookies. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site. Some cookies are stored only for the period during which your internet browser remains active (session cookies) and others for a longer period of time (persistent cookies). For more information on what are cookies, you can visit

You can delete, block or disable cookies through your internet browser settings but note that all or some features of our website and the services we propose may then not work correctly (or simply require that you input information previously provided each time you come back to visit our website).


We use cookies and analytics to keep information about your navigation on our website which helps us improve your browsing experience and our communications with you. Some cookies are essential for the good functioning of our website and services.
Cookies allow us to collect information for different purposes. Information collected from cookies is used by us to evaluate the effectiveness of our website and for marketing analytics purposes. For example, we collect information on the type of device you use, its operating system and the internet browser you use so that we can adapt our content to display correctly. We collect information to remember your preferences (such as language and location) and about your communication with us.
We collect other information to improve our communications with you, such as how you landed on our website, the pages you are visiting and the links you click, including in particular your IP address (that is the internet address allocated to your device from time to time). The information collected from cookies allows us to determine such things as which parts of our website are most visited and difficulties our users may experience in accessing our website. With this knowledge, we can improve the quality of your experience on the website and deliver more of the most desired features and information, as well as resolve access difficulties. We use third party service providers, to assist us in better understanding the use of our website, who will place cookies on the hard drive of your computer.


Technology evolves rapidly. We will update our cookie policy from time to time to reflect those changes but it may sometimes not be as relevant as we would hope. As of the date of this cookie policy, we use the following types of cookies.


Cookie type Cookie function
Essential process cookies They are absolutely necessary for the good functioning of our website and services. Without these cookies, we can for example not identify users and provide customised browsing or services, including secure access to certain areas of the website.
If disabled, you may not have access to secure areas or have to sign in again to access each page of that secure area. Cookies allow browsing several pages of a secure area without having to sign-in again during the same session.
Functional cookies They allow us to operate or customize certain features of our website and services based on your choices or as requested by you.
For example, we keep information to remember your preferences and the choices made during your previous use of our website (such as language, location, look and feel), determine whether you have subscribed to certain services already or help make certain optional services or features to work.
Performance cookies They are used to collect information on your use of our website and services, on electronic communications, to analyse how our website and services work and report potential errors. Such information helps us operate, maintain and continuously improve our website and services.
Information collected includes for example the page you have visited before entering our website, the pages you are visiting on our website and the links you click.
Reference cookies They allow us to record when you were redirected to our website from a partner website and how you have used our website and services as a result of such redirection.
Targeting/advertising cookies They allow us to collect information about your browsing history and preferences, enabling us to increase the relevance of the ads served across our website and services on the basis of users’ interests and therefore measure the efficiency of such ads or advertising campaign.
[For example, we keep information on the pages you are visiting on our website, the links you click, the services you are interested in.]


We mainly use the cookies listed below for the following purposes.

Name of cookie/domain Type of cookie Purpose
PHPSESSID Temporary essential process cookie When a session is opened on our website, allows users to navigate from one page to another without the need to log on again each time.
displayCookieConsent Temporary functional cookie (1 month) Stores identification data allowing you to log in automatically when browsing through the website.
language Temporary functional cookie Remembers your language preference.
location Temporary functional cookie Remembers your location preference.
__utma, __utmc, __utmc, _ga, _gid, _dc_gtm Performance cookies Collects marketing analytics and statistics in order to improve our website and services.


We or you may authorise third parties to install and use cookies to collect information about you when you navigate on our website, such as for example to enable you to share information on your social media account.
We do not control how these cookies are installed, how they are used and how they use the information collected. You should refer to the terms and conditions and privacy policy of the third parties concerned, as follows (accept our apologies please if any link is broken; you can contact us to get the relevant missing information as the case may be).

Name of cookie/domain Provider Link to terms and conditions/privacy notice
_cfduid, uvc, __utmb, __utmc, __utmt, __utmz, page_services, __utma, __utmz, __utmc, __utmb, __utma Third party cookies AddToAny Share enables website users to easily share articles with their friends using certain popular social networks (such as Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, Google plus, Instagram etc.). These cookies collect information about users’ activities, but not about their personal identity.


General information on your rights with respect to personal data processing is available here.

At any time, you can delete, block or disable first or third parties cookies through your browser settings but note that all or some features of our website and the services we propose may then not work correctly (or simply require that you input information previously provided when visiting our website again).
Depending on the internet browser you are using, you can delete selected cookies or all at once. Through your internet browser setting, you can block all or certain types of cookies, from certain or all websites.
To manage your internet browser settings, please go to the “Tools”/“Preferences” and “Internet Option” menu/page or equivalent of your internet browser. Then look for the “Delete Internet History” “Privacy” or “Cookies” settings.
Due to the growing number of internet browsers available and the various versions supported, it is not easy to provide you with detailed information on how the above works for each of them. We invite you to visit the assistance or help available for the internet browser you are using for more information on how to manage your internet browser settings.


Changes may occur in the way we use cookies. In case these changes oblige us to update this cookies policy, we will bring this to your attention and may do so in particular through our cookie banner or otherwise. The latest version will always be available here.


Luxembourg Arbitration Association

The Luxembourg Arbitration Association a.s.b.l. (“LAA”) is a non-profit organisation founded in 1996, dedicated to the promotion and development of arbitration practice in Luxembourg. Its aim is to provide support on the subject matter to authorities, parties, and institutions, by sharing expertise and information on arbitration related matters, as well as providing a comprehensive database of Luxembourg and international qualified arbitrators and practitioners. F3141 Extrait RCS – 2019.06.27

The Association endeavors to strengthen both the legal and institutional framework surrounding this field of dispute resolution to bring forward Luxembourg’s position as an arbitration seat.