International Conference on Arbitration Post-2020 by Chennai Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College, Pudupakkam [June 27]: Registrations Open

About the College

Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College, the 128 years prestigious institution was founded by the British in the year 1891, with the speciality of its location being in the High Court Campus. This institution had the privilege of being the 2nd oldest college in the country and the first law college started in south India. Originally named ‘Madras Law College’, later got renamed in the year 1991 as ‘Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College’ in commemoration of Birth Centenary of Dr.B.R. Ambedkar, the Father of Indian Constitution.

About the Conference:

Arbitration as a means to resolve disputes among parties is one of the most effective dispute resolution mechanisms if adequately applied and effectively regulated. The Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 was introduced with the intent to regulate International and Domestic Commercial Arbitration and Conciliation comprehensively. There has been two significant Amendments made in The Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996, first in 2015 and recently in 2019. Arbitration in India has seen enormous growth over the last decade. The Conference will seek to highlight the increasing relevance and importance of Arbitration post -2020.


Academicians, research scholars, students and advocates can participate in the conference.(First come first basis)


  • Challenge of an Arbitral Award under Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996.
  • Testing the impartiality of an Arbitrator against the values of legitimacy and efficiency in International Commercial Arbitration.
  • India as a Seat of Arbitration.
  • Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in India.
  • Arbitration and COVID-19.
  • Influence of Dispute Resolution Clauses in Arbitration.
  • Global Alternative Dispute Resolution System.
  • Hardship / Force Majeure Clauses – How to be dealt with amidst COVID-19.
  • Challenge of anArbitrator – how is it viewed globally.

Key Speakers

  • Hon’ble Justice. Thiru. M. Sundar Judge, Madras High Court
  • Prof. Dr. Youseph Farah (UK) Associate Professor(International Dispute Resolution), University of East Anglia, Norwich,
  • Prof. Dr. Samiya Tabasum (USA) St. Thomas University, Miami Gardens, Florida
  • Dr. Nathalie Najjar (Paris & Lebanon) Senior Partner, Ibrahim Najjar Law Firm, Chairman, Arbitration Commission at the ICC Lebanon, General Secretary, Lebanese Review of Arab and International Arbitration, Lecturer, University in Paris and Beirut, Advisory Board Member, KFCRI
  • Mr. Inbavijayan Veeraraghavan, FCIArb (UK) International Arbitrator Managing Partner, KoVe Global LLP Chennai
  • Mr. Anirudh Krishnan Advocate, A.K. Law Chambers Madras High Court


Online- Zoom Meeting App

Date: June 27, 2:00pm to 4:30 pm

Registration Procedure:

To register online, click here.

Fee Details

Registration is free.


E-certificate shall be provided to all the participants.


Max limited to 400 participants. First come first serve basis.


  • Mr. Shyam Sundar
    Asst. Professor
    Mobile No: 9176648576/9444348576
    E-mail ID:

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