For the definition of arbitrator in section 10M of the Act, a person meets the requirements for an arbitrator if:
(a) the person is a legal practitioner; and
(i) the person is accredited as a family law specialist by a State or Territory legal professional body; or
(ii) the person has practised as a legal practitioner for at least 5 years and at least 25% of the work done by the person in that time was in relation to family law matters; and
(c) the person has completed specialist arbitration training conducted by a tertiary institution or a professional association of arbitrators; and
(d) the person's name is included in a list, kept by the Law Council of Australia or by a body nominated by the Law Council of Australia, of legal practitioners who are prepared to provide arbitration services under the Act.