Kovise Foundation Conflict Resolution International (KFCRI) is a first of its kind institution providing ADR Practice Accreditation in all aspects of ADR as well as maintain a functioning administrative centre to manage and empower Dispute Resolution Mechanisms used by clients worldwide.
About the Webinar
During this challenging time where most of the world is restricted within the vicinity of their homes, we may have less than a few tasks to engage in. Physical movements may be restricted but the keen urge of a human being to indulge in the search of knowledge can never be restricted. In furtherance to this initiative, we have planned to conduct a series of Brief sessions in the form of Online Webinars during May 2020.
Kovise Foundation Conflict Resolution International (KFCRI) under the guidance of the Project Advisor, Mr. V. Inbavijayan the institution will be conducting a Webinar on the Topic ‘ODR/Virtual Arbitration in AFRICA’. KFCRI, being a Non-Profit Organisation (NGO) is conducting this webinar on Pro-Bono basis at its own cost.
Date: 8th May 2020
Time: 02:30 pm – 03:30 pm
The Panelist leading the webinar is Ms. Madeline C. Kimei, MCIArb-UK. She is a renowned Africa -based legal industry futurist adopting tech- legal solutions such as iResolve. She can be seen in various roles such as an Advocate, Arbitrator, Mediator, Dispute Resolution Strategist and as an ODR Expert. She is also the President of Tanzanian Institute of Arbitrators (TIArb), Chairperson of the Africa-Asia Mediation Association (AAMA) and Member (Tanzania) at the ICC International Court of Arbitration.
The session shall be moderated by Ms. M.Sri Nikila, a Managing Committee member of KFCRI.
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