RGNUL’s Webinar on Mediation: A Peek into the Post COVID-19 Scenario [Sep 1-2, 5-6:30 PM]: Register Now!

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About the Webinar

The Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution (CADR), Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Punjab is organising a two-day International Webinar on “Mediation: a Peek into the Post COVID-19 Scenario”.

The webinar aims to provide the participants a look into the effect of COVID-19 on the Mediation World. It is a two-day event wherein Day one will focus on the effect of the pandemic on the International Mediation and on the Indian Mediation and Day two will focus on the way ahead and will try to address the issues that students come across while specialising in the field of Mediation.

The schedule of the Webinar would be:

Day One: Mediation: International Perspective vis-à-vis COVID-19, hosted by Ms. Arlene Kiefer, (Member of PRIME DISPUTE, Advocate Prime Dispute, Brazilian Court of Justice); Mediation: Indian Perspective vis-à-vis COVID-19, hosted by Mr. Veeraraghavan Inbavijayan, (Advocate/International Arbitrator and Mediator, Chennai)

Day Two: Mediation: The Way Ahead, Hosted by Ms. Iram Majid (Director, Indian Institute of Arbitration and Mediation, New Delhi) and Ms. Akhila Raj (Accredited Mediator of SCMA, Associate of CiArb, Associate of Asian Institute of Alternative Dispute Resolution, Alliance University, Bangalore.)

Theme

Mediation: a Peek into the Post COVID-19 Scenario

Eligibility

The seminar is open to all.

Registration Details

To attend the webinar, the attendees need to compulsorily register themselves through the link provided here.

Note: The event is free and the seats are limited, so the registration would be provided on a first come first serve basis. The registration link is also available on the brochure.

Important Dates

Registration opens on 28th August 2020

Last Date of Registration: 31st August 2020

Date of Event: 1st September 2020 – 2nd September 2020 (5:00 pm – 6:30 pm)

Note: The platform for the webinar would be Cisco Webex.

Contact Information

In case of query, you may reach out to us at [email protected]

 

For the brochure of the webinar, click here.


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