Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed to Be University’s New Law College, Pune is one of the premier institutes consistently ranked amongst the top law colleges in India. The College has secured 6th rank by India Today Magazine (4th Factual) in its special issue of 2017, 5th rank by Outlook Magazine- 2017, 3rd Rank by Careers 360 Magazine – 2017 and 5th Rank by the WEEK Magazine-2017.
The vision of the Centre: MADHYASTATHA – the ADR Cell, an initiative by Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be) University in New Law College, Pune has been working efficiently in training and developing the skill sets of the students in the field of ADR; i.e. Arbitration, Mediation, Conciliation and Negotiation, by conducting various seminars and intra college competition and to promote awareness of the methods of alternative dispute resolution through conferences, symposia, workshops, training courses, specialist publications and printed material and by other means.
About the Event
Madhyasthta the ADR cell of New Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University) is organizing its first-panel discussion, which will be a flagship event on the topic. Judicial Intervention: An aid or barrier to Arbitration in India?
While the Indian judiciary is known as one of the oldest judicial systems dealing with a wide range of cases, it has also been the cause of several issues with respect to the access to justice. The loss in faith in the judiciary and the inability of the court systems to render the promised justice, people look to alternative mechanisms of dispute resolution. Arbitration is one such mechanism.
The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2019 brought in various changes in the dispute resolution scenario of the country with respect to a time limit. We look forward to provide the student from all over the country to learn from various reputed speakers in the same field of law.
The Panel Discussion
The panel discussion will feature eminent experts in the field of arbitration. The panel will be diversified to include experts from different walks of the profession including an arbitrator, a practitioner, an academician and others. This will allow for a highly insightful and intensive discussion from various perspectives of the experts.
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