Nirma University’s Ist ADR Research Paper Writing Competition; Register by April 30 [UPDATED]

Centre for ADR, Institute of Law, Nirma University is pleased to announce the Ist ADR Research paper writing Competition on the theme “International Commercial Arbitration in India: Problems and Prospects”.

Full details are HERE.

This Competition attempts to provide a platform for the law students for expressing their views on various aspects of International Commercial Arbitration and recent developments taking place across the globe and in India which effects the Indian position.

The sub themes / topics of the competition ensure to provide global relevance and encourage the participants to analyze and convey their thoughts and probable solutions on the topics.

Topics for Research Paper writing:

1. Challenges for Bilateral Investment Treaties and issues related to investment arbitration

2. Judicial Intervention in Arbitral process: Analysis post BALCO v Kaiser Aluminium judgement

3. Enforcement and Recognition of International Arbitral Awards in India: Issues and Challenges

4. International Arbitration Tribunals in India: Future Opportunities and Challenges

Awards: (Total 12 Cash Prizes)

On each topic there would be prizes as mentioned below:

First Prize – INR 7000
Second Prize – INR 5000
Third Prize – INR 3000

Best paper (of First prize winner) from each topic will be considered for publication in the upcoming journal of Centre for ADR, Institute of Law Nirma University and may be invited to present their paper in a Symposium which will tentatively be organised in the first/second week of May.

Certificate of merit will be awarded to other 05 papers (apart from the above three Prize) from each topic.

Participation certificate will be awarded to all the participants.

Full details are HERE.

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