Yes.   This web site provides the biographies of many of the Fellows, and contact information for all of them. Any administering agency will provide the biographies of all prospective arbitrators to the parties before selection is made. Some parties choose to interview prospective arbitrators in advance of the hearing. In this instance, unless the Arbitrator is a “party appointed” arbitrator, all parties to the arbitration should be represented at the interview, so that the neutrality of the prospective arbitrator will not be compromised. If necessary, references should also be made available.