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NUS Bags Best Negotiating Team Award At Lex Infinitum 2019

aasavari rai
15 Jan 2019 4:49 AM GMT
NUS Bags Best Negotiating Team Award At Lex Infinitum 2019
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'Lex Infinitum 2019', hosted by V.M. Salgaocar College of Law, in collaboration with Global Resolution Organisation, concluded on Saturday with a valedictory ceremony at Nanu Beach Resort, Betalbatim, in Goa. The closing ceremony of the four-day event was graced by Senior Advocate Surendra Desai as the chief guest for the evening.

Dr. Sandhya Ram delivered a welcome note to the gathering comprising 24 teams, national and international experts, delegates, lawyers, students and faculty of VMSCL and V.M. Salgaocar Institute of International Hospitality Education. Surendra Desai stated: "Finally disputes between the litigants mandatorily have to be resolved. Options available to the litigants are stepping in the courts or ADR." He added, "If discourse can be resolved through an agreement there is solace in one's life and that is the ultimate treasure."

The award for the best-negotiating team was bagged by the National University of Singapore. The runners-up were NMIMS Kirit P Mehta School of Law. The Best mediator award was bagged by Jagiellonian University, Poland, and the 2nd place awardee was School of Law, Christ University.

Special awards were bagged by Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai, for the upcoming mediator award, O.P. Jindal Global University for special mediator award, and School of Law, Christ University, for best negotiating plan.  

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