Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad (hereinafter “SLS-H”) is a premier law school and a constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Pune. Alternative Dispute Resolution Society (hereinafter “ADRS”) is a specialised society essentially working towards the inculcation of practical and research skills primarily in the field of ADR within the student community.
About the competition
ADRS at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad is organising the 1st National Mediation Competition from 27th to 29th March 2020.
The Competition is open for all bonafide students pursuing the five-year or three-year LL.B. programme from a University or Institute in India, recognised by the Bar Council of India, are eligible to apply.
Each team shall consist of three members – Mediator, Client and Counsel, the role of each team member to be decided unanimously by the team before registration. The Client and Counsel shall be collectively referred to as ‘Mediating Pair’.
Venue: Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad
Dates: 27th – 29th March 2020
The registration fees per participant shall be INR 3,500 per participant, amounting to a total of INR 10,500 per team (inclusive of GST @18%), and the same shall be inclusive of the training session exclusively for the participants, kits, merchandise,
food, accommodation (From 26th March, 12:00 pm to 29th March, 8:00 pm only) and conveyance of the team (inclusive of to & for transfers from Hyderabad Airport/Railway Station), along with the Wi-Fi and library facilities.
The Competition has a cap of 20 teams and the registration of teams shall be purely on first come first serve basis. However, only one team shall be allowed per college.
The registration process shall be completed in a two-fold manner as mentioned hereinafter:
Interested teams/Team In-Charge(s) shall be required to fill a Google form to provisionally register the team. The first round of Provisional Registration shall commence on 15th January 2020 and end on 27th January 2020. The interested team/Team-in-Charge(s) shall receive a confirmation via e-mail, along with the Registration Form and the necessary bank details.
The second round of provisional registration shall commence on 13th February and end on 17th February, 2020, 11:59pm (IST).
Submission of Registration and Payment form
Upon receiving the confirmation of the Provisional Registration of the team, the teams/Team-In-Charge(s) shall be required to fill the Registration and Payment Form sent via the e-mail. Further, the registration fees of INR 10,500 per team (inclusive of GST @18%), shall be paid by way of an online transfer on or before 4:00 pm 19th February 2020. In order to confirm the participation of a team, the participants shall mandatorily e-mail a soft-copy of the duly filled Registration and Payment Form, wherein the details of the participants shall be mandatorily filled up in Annexure A and the details of the payment shall be duly mentioned in Annexure B of the aforesaid form.
Further, the teams shall be required to mandatorily attach the receipt of the payment to the e-mail along with the Registration and Payment Form, which is to be sent on or before 19th February 2020 4:00 pm.”
Note: Kindly note that any default in terms of the aforementioned registration procedure shall be treated as an incomplete registration and the team will not be registered for the competition. Further, no withdrawals after making the payment of
registration fee shall be accepted. In case of withdrawal after payment, the registration fee will not be refunded.
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