The ILS Centre for Arbitration (ILSCA) was established on 3rd December 2016 by the Governing Council of the Indian Law Society. This Centre is established with various purposes in mind.
- The main purpose of establishing this Centre is to provide hands on experience to interested participants in learning the process of Arbitration and Mediation through various programs.
- The Centre is also established for providing facilities for holding ad-hoc arbitration and institutional arbitrations, both in domestic as well as International commercial arbitrations. We at the ILSCA, seek to promote institutional arbitration and institutional mediation
Arbitration and Mediation as modes of dispute settlement, have gained immense popularity in the recent years. This calls for good training in the procedures and nuances of arbitration and Mediation not only for people in the legal fraternity, but also for people of other professions.
Under the COVID Pandemic, ILSCA has geared up to provide online training programs in Arbitration and Mediation catering to lawyers, students of law, leading businesses and legal institutes. ILSCA intends to bridge the gap between theory and practice through online training programmes, in both these areas, which are gaining great importance in the legal profession.
To this effect, we announce the first Online Training Program in Arbitration, Online Certificate Program in Domestic Arbitration: Practice and Procedures.
Online Certificate Program in Domestic Arbitration:
Practice and Procedures
This program aims to provide an outline as to how an arbitration proceeding is conducted and to aid a clear understanding of the law(s) governing domestic arbitration in India. It also aims at making the participants aware of the recent developments in the arbitration law and helps them cope with the changes thus effectuated. The program has been designed for students as well as working professionals – not merely restricted to the field of law – to enhance their knowledge of the process and intricacies of domestic arbitration in India.
|Dates||8th January 2021 to 17th January 2021|
|Fee||Rs.15,000/-+ Rs.2,700 (GST)= Rs. 17,700/- (Payment can be done online through Direct SBI, Net Banking and Credit card)|
|Program Structure||Online live class – 9 modules 20 Hours of learning; two hours per session Between 5.00 p.m. to 7.00 p.m.|
|Who can Attend?||Students, Advocates, Arbitrators, Academicians, Government officers, Persons from Construction business, Engineers, Chartered Accountants, Cost Accountants, and any other professionals keen to learn the process of arbitration.|
|Certification||Certificate on completion of the programme with 75% attendance and minimum score of 50% marks in the ONLINE Examination|
|Program coordinator||Ms.Sathya Narayan : 9822988226 Ms. Rajalaxmi Joshi: 8087070185 Ms.Pooja Kannurkar 9730851022|
|Contact||Manjusha – 9422060258|
This program consists of nine modules – each of which will be interactive session providing a comprehensive review of the arbitration process from the drafting of arbitration agreement to the award, paying particular attention to the operation of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996.
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OUTLINE OF THE PROGRAM
|Sl. No.||Date||Modules||Resource Persons|
|1.||08.01.2021 (Friday)||Introduction||Mr. Dharmendra Rautray, Advocate Kachwaha and Partners, New Delhi|
|2.||09.01.2021 (Saturday)||Types of Arbitration||Mr. Shailendra Kanetkar, Advocate Bombay High Court|
|3.||10.01.2021 (Sunday)||Effect of having Arbitration clause: Arbitrability of disputes||Mr. Kedar Dhongde, Advocate, Pune|
|4.||11.01.2021 (Monday)||Commencement of Arbitral Proceedings and Appointment of Arbitrator/s||Mr. Yuvraj Narvankar, Advocate, Bombay High Court. Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, UK.|
|5.||12.01.2021 (Tuesday)||Necessary disclosures and disqualifications of arbitrator/s Challenge to the appointment of arbitrator, removal and substitution of arbitrator/s.||Mr. Sriniwas Patwardhan, Advocate|
|6.||13.01.2021 (Wednesday)||Step by Step Guide to Arbitration||Mr. Tejas Karia, Partner and Head, Arbitration Practice, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas and Co., New Delhi|
|7.||15.01.2021 (Friday)||Power of Arbitrator to grant interim reliefs Power of court to grant interim reliefs||Mr. P Narayan, Senior Advocate|
|8.||16.01.2021 (Saturday)||Arbitral Award and Its execution/Enforcement||Mr. Shrikant Kanetkar, Advocate|
|9.||17.01.2021 (Sunday)||Arbitration clause or Arbitration Agreement – Pre and post dispute Clause Drafting Exercise||Mr. Shailendra Kanetkar, Advocate, Bombay High Court|
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