MNLU To Organise Panel Discussion On Future Of Institutional Arbitration In India [11th Oct; Mumbai]

MNLU To Organise Panel Discussion On Future Of Institutional Arbitration In India [11th Oct; Mumbai]


Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai's Centre for Arbitration and Research is organizing its very first panel-discussion on the topic 'Where do we go from here?- Future of Institutional Arbitration in India post the 2019 Amendment'.

Date: 11th October, 2019

Time: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Venue: 2nd Floor Conference Hall, Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai

The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2019 introduced numerous changes in the arbitration scenario of the country with respect to confidentiality of proceedings, time-limits, etc. However, the most significant change brought about was the introduction of the independent body called the Arbitration Council of India (ACI) for the promotion of arbitration, mediation, conciliation and other alternative dispute redressal mechanisms.

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.

Who Should Attend: Practitioners, industry professionals, academia and students

Registration Fee:

  • Early-bird (on or before 28th September, 2019): Rs. 300
  • Regular Registrations (post 28th September, 2019 till 10th October, 2019): Rs. 500
  • On-Spot Registration (11th October, 2019): Rs. 700

Queries can be sent to arbitrationcentre@mnlumumbai.edu.in.

To register, click here.

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