“Training Course on Negotiation and Mediation Skills” to be conducted by Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai

19 Dec 2016 2:31 PM GMT

  • “Training Course on Negotiation and Mediation Skills” to be conducted by Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai
    Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU) Mumbai is one of the promising national law schools located at New Campus of Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.

    MNLU Mumbai with the aim of increasing access to justice and as a part of its institutional social responsibility will be conducting 18 hours of “Training Course on Negotiation and Mediation Skills”.

    Eligibility: The course is open for students from all disciplines. The maximum intake for the course is 25 Participants, selected on the basis of their Statement of Purpose and CV.

    The Registration fee for the course is Rupees 10,000/- including the reading material, tea/snacks and Lunch. After completion of the training the participants would receive a “Certificate of having undergone training of 18 hours on Negotiation and Mediation Skills”.

    Dates: 06-08 January 2017

    The last date for applying on-line is 20th Dec 2016.  

     About the Course:

    Conflicts are at the core in every walk of life. Courts of law are generally looked as the institutions for resolution of these conflicts. But not all conflicts fall within the scope of courts. Courts are said to be the deliverer of Justice however; this is only a half truth. The access to justice can be made realistic if each of us imparts justice in individual capacity as well, whenever we are confronted with the dispute or conflict, pertaining to ourselves or others.

    The one way to do it efficiently is to develop certain skills which are essential for settlement of disputes. Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms offers such an opportunity to each and every individual to be a part of the justice dispensation system.  Recently, Government of Maharashtra has inaugurated International Arbitration Center in Mumbai but, there is dearth of professionally qualified people having requisite skills.

    What could be the better pledge for the New Year then to resolve the disputes amicably? Let’s come together and be partner in this skill learning of settlement of conflicts.

    For details of the course see the attached brochure or visit: nlumumbai.edu.in
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