Jogesh Chandra Chaudhuri College’s Webinar on ADR [Aug 1-2]: Register Now!

About the Institution

In 1970 at the instance, initiative and financial contributions of Late Ranadeb Chaudhuri and his family members and with the active co-operation of other legal luminaries, who formed the first Governing Body of the College, Jogesh Chandra Chaudhuri College of Law was established by CHAUDHURI FOUNDATION TRUST. The Law College was named after Jogesh Chandra Chaudhuri who has an honoured place in India’s independence movement.

Jogesh Chandra, who was educated in Calcutta and Oxford, was called to the Bar in England. On returning home he joined the Calcutta High Court. His legal acumen and interest in law found expression in the famous Legal Journal “Calcutta Weekly Notes”, of which he was the Founder – Editor.

In the next generation, one finds, as it were, a continuation of talent is well–known figures as Ranadeb, an eminent lawyer and educationist, and Jayantanath, ex-Commander-in Chief of India’s armed forces.

Early in life, Jogesh Chandra came in close touch with the great Surendranath Banerjee, ever to be remembered as the ‘Father of Indian Nationalism’. He chose for his lifemate, Sarasibala, a daughter of Surendranath, and dedicated himself to work for the country under his inspiring leadership. There was not a session of the Congress in those days where he was not an active participant. On many occasions, he acted in such responsible positions as Secretary of the Congress.

The College bears his name and it is hoped that we will live up to the lofty ideals of the public-spirited man, Jogesh Chandra Chaudhuri. The College has completed its Silver Jubilee and we look forward to the Golden with a sense of accomplishment.

About the Webinar

The students’ Union of Jogesh Chandra Chaudhuri Law College is proud to present the Golden Jubilee celebration in an online form keeping in mind the current terrifying scenario of the world.

Keeping in mind the safety measures the Students’ Union has taken the initiative to involve the students through various online platforms through the arrangement of several online programmes for the students.

Day 1: August 1, 2020

Topic 1: Introduction to Mediation and Do’s: Do Not’s of building a Successful Practice in ADR

Speaker: Mrs. Natalie Armstrong-Motin

  • Author of The Essential Guide to Marketing Your ADR Practice
  • Founder, Marketing Resolution, Normandy, France
  • Chairperson, Advisory Board, University of Distance Learning

Time: 18:00 Hours (IST)

Topic 2: Global growth of Mediation as a medium of Dispute Resolution

Speaker: Dr. Walter A. Wright: Associate Professor, Legal Studies Program, Department of Political Science, Texas State University

Time: 19:30 Hours (IST)

Day 2: August 2, 2020

Topic 3: Enforcement of Foreign Awards under part II of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996.

Speaker: Mr. Sirsanya Bandyopadhyay, Learned Junior Standing Counsel of West Bengal

Time: 18:00 Hours (IST)

Topic 4: Why Indian Advocates must embrace Alternative Dispute Resolution as the best option to attain personal Wealth, Status and Client Satisfaction.

Speaker: Mr. Brett Lovett: Headmaster, The Institute for Conflict Management & University of Distance Learning, Arizona, U.S.A.

Time: 19:30 Hours (IST)

 

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