Workshop on Landscape of Mediation: Pathways and Pattern | Jagran Lake City University

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Workshop on Landscape of Mediation Pathways and Pattern

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JLU-Centre for International Commercial Arbitration and Alternate Dispute Resolution is organising Workshop on Mediation titled “Landscape of Mediation: Pathways and Pattern” in association with two prolific organisations Asia Pacific Centre for Arbitration and Mediation (APCAM) and Indian Institute of Arbitration & Mediation (IIAM).

About the JLU Centre For International Commercial Arbitration and Alternate Dispute Resolution

The Centre for International Commercial Arbitration and Alternate Dispute Resolution Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal aims to establish a deliberation forum among students and professionals to understand the nuances and dynamics of the field of Alternate Dispute Resolution. The exponentially growing field of ADR requires lawyers of today’s generation to understand the needs of their client and efficacy of systems resorted outside conventional litigation. To inculcate a certain amount of skill-set among students about to enter the dynamic world of law, the Centre regularly brings forward competitions and discussion forums with experts of the field. The focus is to bridge the gap amongst working professionals, legal experts, and students and envisage a community as a whole. With our eyes immovably set on the future, the Center for International Commercial Arbitration and Alternate Dispute Resolution is set to analyse all the dimensions related to this field of legal practice.

About the Workshop

Landscape of Mediation: Pathways and Pattern is a two-day workshop which will primarily focus upon the Mediation and nuances of Negotiation. The workshop aims to draw a connection between the complexities of the procedure and the efficacy of the result it aims to attain. Mediation and Negotiation techniques are one of the most basic facets of a legal professional’s modus operandi. The workshop will be chaired by Ms. Iram Majid, Director of IIAM and Executive Director of APCAM and Ms. Delcy Lagones de Anglim, Member APCAM, Director ADRC, Australia.

This workshop is open to students, professors and professionals. Through this workshop, we aim to bring to you a single platform where intricacies of the procedure can be understood and questions surrounding this process be answered. In the span of two days, the workshop would discuss the growing trend of mediation and its importance, both for the litigant/client and the counsel. After that, various prospects related to approaching the mediation method would be brought to light. The workshop shall also address the typical stages of mediation, required negotiation skill set on the part of the counsel, principles involved and shall also include a role-play of the session to better acquaint the participants with the methodology. We look forward to engaging in exhaustive legal dialogue revolving around this process and to equip the upcoming generation of lawyers to better deliver in the field.


The Workshop is open to the U.G/P.G Students, Faculty Member, Research Scholars and Professionals from the field of Law.


I. Iram Majid is an IMI Certified Mediator, APCAM International Certified Mediator and Arbitrator, Member, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London UK and a lawyer based in New Delhi, India. She is the Director of Indian Institute of Arbitration and Mediation (IIAM) and the Executive Director of Asia Pacific Centre for Arbitration and Mediation (APCAM). She has undergone training in mediation from many reputable institutions, including Advance Mediation Programme on Negotiation in Harvard Law School, widely considered as the best legal education institution in the world, and Pepperdine University, California. She is a Co-founder and Secretary-General of International Federation of Mediators in France.

II. Delcy Lagones de Anglim is a lawyer, mediator, conciliator, author and trainer, with experience in civil law, international trade law and alternative dispute resolution. She is a founding partner of the Australasian Dispute Resolution Centre, based in Canberra, Australia. She is also a Board member in the Asia Pacific Centre for Arbitration & Mediation. She is an IMI certified mediator and an APCAM International certified Mediator. Delcy is a Director of the Executive Committee of the UNCITRAL National Committee for Australia. She is also a LEADR Advanced Mediator and Convenor of the Mediation Working Group of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Australia. As legal adviser to the Peruvian Ministry of Justice, she was instrumental in the development of compulsory conciliation legislation in Peru and was a founding member of the Mediation and Conciliation Commissions of the Lima Bar Association and founding President of the National Association of Conciliation Centres of Peru.

Registration Fee

  • For JLU Students: 350 INR
  • For Students of Other Institutions: 500 INR
  • Professionals: 1000 INR

Note: Registration Fee is non-refundable


Participants are requested to register by filling the google online form before the deadline and send the receipt of payment of registration fee to the Organizing coordinators at [email protected].

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Last Date of Registration: 18 September 2020

Faculty Coordinators

  • Dr. Apoorva Dixit, Assistant Professor, School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal
  • Ms. Saumya Shaji, Assistant Professor, School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal

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Email: [email protected]

Student Coordinators

  • Umang Mehta: +91-74155 63783
  • Aniruddha Das: +91-70007 06407
  • Harsh Saxena: +91-91093 72318
  • Saniya Zia: +91-99776 40099

Reported by: Dr. Apoorva Dixit

Assistant Professor, JLU School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal

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