6 Day Mediation Training Program | CADR | Samadhan (Delhi High Court Mediation and Conciliation Centre)
Centre of Excellence on Alternative Dispute Resolution, School of Law, Manav Rachna University presents a 6 Day Mediation Training Program in collaboration with Samadhan (Delhi High Court Mediation and Conciliation Centre) in August-September 2022. About Manav Rachna University Manav Rachna University (MRU) is a State Private University established by Haryana State Legislature Act (No. 26 of 2014) &… Read More »
Centre of Excellence on Alternative Dispute Resolution, School of Law, Manav Rachna University presents a 6 Day Mediation Training Program in collaboration with Samadhan (Delhi High Court Mediation and Conciliation Centre) in August-September 2022.
About Manav Rachna University
Manav Rachna University (MRU) is a State Private University established by Haryana State Legislature Act (No. 26 of 2014) & under Section 2(f) of UCC Act 1956. MRU’s vision is to educate students in frontier areas of knowledge, enabling them to take up challenges as ethical and responsible global citizens.
Centre of Excellence on Alternative Dispute Resolution
The Centre of Excellence on Alternative Dispute Resolution (CADR) is a functional entity within Faculty of Law, MRU. The Centre’s mission is to conduct and promote research in the field of alternative conflict resolution methods, as well as to generate and disseminate information. The CADR not only offers training and seminars, but also simulates conflict resolution by arbitration, mediation, and other alternative dispute resolution methods.
The training workshops are planned and curated to meet the needs of participants who want to learn how to use the ADR mechanism. The Centre of Excellence is dedicated to achieving the goals for which it was established, in the best interests of the University and in accordance with the legal requirements of the country.
The Delhi High Court Mediation and Conciliation Centre, known as Samadhan, was established in May 2006. It was the result of the joint initiative of the Bench and the Bar of the Delhi High Court. It is run by the Bar and is co-ordinated by an Organizing Secretary. A panel of Delhi High Court judges and advocates oversee the work of this Centre.
The Samadhan Centre handles cases referred to it by the Delhi High Court, its subordinate courts and the Supreme Court of India and also handles Pre-Litigation Mediations. A wide range of disputes in the nature of intellectual property rights, disputes relating to matrimony, real estate transactions, construction agreements, employment and services disputes, industrial disputes, banking and insurance disputes and many other commercial disputes are mediated by more than 300 trained mediators of Samadhan.
About the Event
The workshop is aimed at enabling participants to acquire comprehensive understanding of mediation concepts which need to be used keeping in view the requirements of Section 89 of CPC and other statutory enactments requiring use of mediation as an effective tool for dispute resolution. Trainers will be focusing on teaching and equipping the student to various mediation techniques which would benefit them in deal with intricate issues while dealing with conflicting parties.
The programme will impart all necessary skills and techniques to the participants for conducting mediation. The training is a blend of theory and practice and designed in manner so as to have active participation. The methodology of the training includes role plays, problem-based learning and group discussions.
- 3rd / 4th / 5th year students enrolled in a 5-year integrated law degree;
- 2nd / 3rd year students enrolled in a 3-year law program;
- recent law graduates, young academics, ADR professionals; and
- other who want to develop their skills in mediation.
- 26, 27 August, 2022
- 02, 03 September, 2022
- 09, 10 September, 2022
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email@example.com – Mr. Bharatendu Agarwal, Assistant Professor and Faculty In-charge, CADR
Submitted By: Bharatendu Agarwal