Indian Mediation Week (IMW) is a pan-India mediation awareness campaign run by Sama, an Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) institution based out of Bangalore. In the last 3 years, it has sensitised more than 10 lakh people on the benefits of incorporating collaborative dispute resolution practices in India.
About the Event
The fourth edition of IMW is primarily going to focus on tackling burnout in the legal profession of India. In order to innovate and transform the dispute resolution space in India, there is a need for strong leadership and more future facing solutions.
A platform for top 3 law students will be identified to present innovative solutions to challenges faced in the dispute resolution space of India in the closing ceremony of Indian Mediation Week which will be held virtually on December 20, 2020.
The deadline for submission on December 12, 2020.
To know more, click here.
Future of ODR in India
Come and hear international experts address some future facing solutions in the field of dispute resolution:
Role of Blockchain in Dispute Resolution by Federico Ast, Founder of Kleros
Role of Decision Science and Structural Collaboration in Dispute Resolution by Bob Bergman, Chief Decision Officer (CDO) of Next Level Mediation.
Note: All events will be held virtually and zoom conferencing link will be shared with the participants 24 hours in advance
So please come and be a part of this movement. We all have a stake in promoting innovation in the dispute resolution space of India.
You can see the schedule of events here and register by clicking here.
For any queries regarding the event, reach out to Anshuman Panigrahi, IMW at +91-9778888779.
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