Webinar Topic: Mediation & Negotiation in Family & Matrimonial Disputes

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LEGALEAGLE LAW FORUM is a LAW FORUM based at Nagpur, Maharashtra for the purpose of promotion of legal education and awareness. It is a platform where budding lawyers disgorge their ideas and efforts to encourage legal activities, inspire young law students and help further by bringing various law sources closer to them.
LEGALEAGLE LAW FORUM envisages to facilitate the impartation of legal knowledge by conducting webinars, Q&A sessions, issuance of short books, organizing competitions including call for papers and other activities of like sorts.

ABOUT THE WEBINAR
LEGALEAGLE LAW FORUM is premiering its ‘Webinar’ on ‘ Mediation and negotiation in family and matrimonial disputes’. The speaker for the session is Adv. Kanika Bharadwaj (Founder and Partner of Kanika Bharadwaj law firm, South Delhi.)
This is an opportunity for viewers to brush up their knowledge on the Mediation and negotiation in family and matrimonial disputes.

LEGALEAGLE LAW FORUM invites everyone to participate in its Webinar!

MEDIA PARTNERS
LIBERTATEM MAGAZINE, KANOON SANGRAH, KANOONIYAT, LAW TALES, LAWLEDGE, LEGPORIUM, JUSTRUTH, MEMOPUNDITS

KNOWLEDGE PARTNER
NISHKARSH RASHTRIYA YUVA SAMAGAM

IMPORTANT DATES
1) Date of Premiere: 23/11/2020
2) Time: 7:15 PM

YOUTUBE Channel link:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfEX8HawJ5CwsJa6hDpgBsw

PERKS
– Opportunity to be a Campus Ambassador of LEGALEAGLE LAW FORUM.
– Opportunity to be a Team Member in Near future.

REGISTRATION DETAILS
-Free Entry

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Email- [email protected]
Mobile Number- 9767595421/ 7776044305

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Stay Tuned FOR THE WEBINAR EVENT OF LEGALEAGLE LAW FORUM.

Regards,
Team,
LEGALEAGLE LAW FORUM

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