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NLUO: Two-Day Workshop on "Consumer Dispute Resolution through Mediation" [27-28 September 2021]

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20 Sep 2021 6:27 AM GMT
NLUO: Two-Day Workshop on Consumer Dispute Resolution through Mediation [27-28 September 2021]
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National Law University Odisha (NLUO), was established keeping in mind a clearly enunciated vision of advancement of learning, teaching, research, diffusion of knowledge in the field of law and has significantly catered to the needs of the research in various legal fields by paving way for various dedicated research centres. Centre for Consumer Law is one of the centres which...

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National Law University Odisha (NLUO), was established keeping in mind a clearly enunciated vision of advancement of learning, teaching, research, diffusion of knowledge in the field of law and has significantly catered to the needs of the research in various legal fields by paving way for various dedicated research centres.

Centre for Consumer Law is one of the centres which aim at promoting research and study in the field of Consumer Law, from a domestic as well as global perspective with a policy and practical oriented purpose. This Centre is aimed at furthering the cause of access to legal justice for consumers.

Centre for Consumer Law is proud to announce its Two-Day Workshop on "Consumer Dispute Resolution through Mediation" on 27-28 September 2021.

The workshop has been designed keeping in mind the importance of application of consumer law and the growing demand and attraction towards mediation as an alternative dispute resolution mechanism. It will primarily focus on spreading awareness about the need and importance of mediation and the role it has as per the Consumer Protection Act, 2019. It also aims to discuss the provisions for mediation under the Act and how beneficial it can be for common citizens.

We are honoured to have Hon'ble Justice Gita Mittal, Former Chief Justice, J&K High Court, as our Keynote Speaker.

The workshop will include sessions wherein various legal luminaries will share their insightful knowledge and words. The sessions shall be addressed by –

  • Hon'ble (Dr). Justice D.P. Choudhury, President, Odisha State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission.Prof. (Dr.) Yogesh Pratap Singh, Registrar and Professor of Law, NLUO.
  • Prof. Bejon Mishra, Honorary Professor, NLUO.
  • Prof. Suresh Misra, Chair Professor, Centre for Consumer Studies, Indian Institute of Public Administration.
  • Prof. (Dr.) Ashok Patil, Chair Professor, Chair of Consumer Law and Practice (Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Government of India).
  • Adv. J. P. Sengh, Senior Advocate, High Court of Delhi.
  • Adv. Veena Ralli, Organising Secretary, Samadhan, Delhi High Court Mediation and Conciliation Centre.
  • Adv. Aditya Prakash Rao, Partner, PLR Chambers.
  • Adv. Avinash Amarnath, Advocate-on-Record, Supreme Court of India.

DETAILS -

Date – 27-28 September 2021

Timing – 10 am to 4 pm.

Platform – Google Meet.

REGISTRATION –

Interested students, academicians, legal practitioners etc. can register themselves by filling in their details here -

https://forms.gle/1tqALh4EPuiEY9hk9

A fee of Rs. 100/- can be paid electronically through UPI ID: [email protected] or phone number - +91 9617247766.

The registration shall be open till 25 September 2021, 11:59 pm.

Certificate of Participation will be awarded to all the participants.

In case of any query, please feel free to write to us at [email protected].

Looking forward to an enthusiastic response!






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