Do you know how to draft an arbitration clause?
Do you know how to strategize your prayer for interim measures to protect your interests?
Do you know how to use cost-effective methods and procedures for parties?
With the increasing costs of litigation and time taken for resolution of disputes, there is a trend of clients and lawyers alike, leaning towards arbitration. The idea is simple. The clients want faster dispute resolution with minimal costs. The lawyers too, want to provide the best possible outcome for their clients.
Recently, one of my earlier clients wanted me to draft a contract to protect their interests. I obliged and added a carefully worded arbitration clause. The clients called me back saying they wanted to know the significance of the said provision. I explained to them the necessity of having the provision in the contract and not needing it, then needing it and not having it. The need for an arbitration clause in a contract is paramount. Usually the parties do not want to go to the courts and drain all their money fighting for years without a verdict. But contractual disputes are not going to be resolved on their own. So for them the time efficient alternative is arbitration.
The procedure is clearly laid down in the Arbitration and Conciliation Act. However, the procedure and the methods are complicated. Many parties fail to realise the full potential of arbitration proceedings and end up in courts. That defeats the whole purpose of arbitration. You not only need to know the provisions of the law, you must be able to apply the same effectively for your client’s interests.
Many a lawyers are skilled in litigation and have clients coming up to them for arbitration, but it is beyond their expertise. How do they fill the gap and aid their clients?
With this in mind, we at LawSikho bring to you, the Executive Certificate Programme (Live Classes) in Arbitration: Strategy, Procedure and Drafting. This course helps you acquire the skill set necessary for arbitration like strategising, drafting, etc. It also helps you learn the different mechanisms, methods and procedure for the arbitration proceeding in a practical manner.
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What Skills Do You Acquire?
- Drafting of the arbitration clause
- Mechanisms for appointment of arbitral tribunal and how to tweak them to suit parties
- How to strategize your prayer for interim measures so as to preserve the subject matter appropriately
- Appropriate prayers and quantification in the statement of claims
- How to use cost-effective methods and procedures for parties
- Drafting work for arbitral proceedings and different applications made to courts in connection with arbitration
- Challenge and enforcement-related drafting
- Appeals around decisions in connection with arbitration
Who Have Made This Course?
This course is designed and highly recommended by industry professionals that know the workings of the sector inside out.
- Akshay Ubale, Partner, Triumvir Law
- Arjun Natarajan, Advocate & Accredited/Certified Mediator
- Prathik C M, Advocate, Specialising in ADR and IPR, Alumnus of Maastricht University
- Shalvi Mehta, Arbitration Lawyer
What is Unique About our Programme?
We try to bridge the gap where traditional or e-learning falls short. You get reading materials, practical assignments and group feedback sessions. This helps you build a knowledge base in arbitration proceedings, strategising, drafting of applications, appeals around arbitral decisions, etc. We help you develop your skills in these areas with 24 practical assignments and 12 online classes including feedback sessions.
You get doubt-clearing in 24-48 hours, access to course content for 3 years, feedback sessions on practical assignments, access to the course on your mobile phones, be it android or iOS, exclusive access to the network at the LawSikho community and more!
Last Date of Enrollment: 31st October, 2018
Batch Commencement Date: 1st November, 2018
Duration: 3 months
Course: INR 10,000/- (including GST)
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