Alternate Dispute Resolution – ADR

By | July 18, 2018
Difference between types of Alternative Dispute Resolution

One of the major problems facing the world today is the problem of the pending cases at the courts of judicature. The Economic Survey of India in the year 2018 clearly mentions that.  The backlog in High Courts by the end of 2017 was around 3.5 million cases[1]. The countries across the world are thus trying to find alternative methods of settlement of disputes through the ADR i.e. Alternate Dispute Resolution mechanism. As the trend of ADR is increasing, the demand for efficient and trained virtuosos in the field of ADR is growing. This requires lawyers and law students to effectively learn the subtle art of ADR.

This course has been formulated in the lines of the syllabus of the major universities of the world. Therefore no compromise is made on the quality and the topics on the given course on ADR. This course is thus the key to success in the field of ADR.

Unit: 1. Basics for Alternate Dispute Resolution – ADR

Unit: 2. Mediation

Unit: 3. Negotiation

Unit: 4. Arbitration and Conciliation

  • Introduction to Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996
  • Meaning And Scope Of Arbitration
  • Meaning And Scope Conciliation
  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Arbitration
  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Conciliation
  • International Commercial Arbitration
  • The Arbitration And Conciliation Acts-1940/1986.
  • Uncitral Model Law On Arbitration
  • Jurisdiction And Appeal Of Arbitral Awards
  • The Evolution Of International Arbitration
  • Technology In The Field Of International Arbitration
  • Transparency In Arbitration
  • Arbitrator Selection Process
  • Third-Party Funding in Arbitration
  • Regional Arbitration Centres
  • International Centres For Arbitration

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