CADR International Webinar Series on Mediation: A Peek into the Post COVID-19 Scenario

Dear Readers,

Greetings from CADR, RGNUL!

We are pleased to announce the launch of the ‘CADR International Webinar Series on Mediation‘ , whereby we will be hosting sessions involving discussions on the Post COVID-19 scenario for Mediation.

We begin with the first discussion on 1st September 2020 on the topic – “Mediation: International Perspective vis-à-vis COVID-19“, hosted by Ms. Arlene Kiefer
(Member of PRIME DISPUTE, Advocate Prime Dispute, Brazilian Court of Justice).

Thereafter, we will have the second session on ‘Mediation: Indian Perspective vis-à-vis COVID-19‘, hosted by Mr. Veeraraghavan Inbavijayan (Advocate/International Arbitrator and Mediator, Chennai).

On 2nd September, we will have a session on ‘Mediation: The Way Ahead‘, hosted by Ms. Iram Majid (Director, Indian Institute of Arbitration and Mediation, New Delhi) and Ms. Akhila Raj (Accredited Mediator of SCMA, Associate of CiArb, Associate of Asian Institute of Alternative Dispute Resolution, Alliance
University, Bangalore).

For more details and registrations, head here.

In case of any issues, drop us an email at adrc@rgnul.ac.in 

We are ecstatic to host the speakers and look forward to having them with us.

The Webinar series is free to attend subject to completion of Registration.

The Webinar series shall be hosted on Cisco WebEx. The event link shall be sent upon completion of registration.

We look forward to this initiative and to provide you with discourses which are contemporary, relevant, and build capacity.

Warm Regards,

The Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution Team,

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab


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