About the Competition

The ADR Board of School of Law, Christ (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru is proud to announce and invite all law students (Currently pursuing a five year integrated course or pursuing three year LLB) from Institutions around the nation to the 3rd National ADR Competition, 2018. 

The Competition has received overwhelming participation in its two prior editions and we hope to up the ante in the coming edition. We are therefore immensely proud to host the 3rd Edition of the National ADR Competition from 8th February, 2018 to 10th February, 2018.

Dates

8th February, 2018 to 10th February, 2018.

Objective

The main objective of this tournament is to inspire the students to explore the various aspects of dispute resolution, understand the underlying nuances and tackle challenging situations with a more practical understanding of out of court settlements and alternate means of dispute resolution.

It is an initiative aimed at providing a platform to students from across the globe to learn and hone their alternative dispute resolution skills in cross-cultural settings.

It’s a 3 day event which will comprise of three sub-events namely Mediation, Negotiation and Client Counselling.

Events

Mediation Competition: Each team will consist of 3 participants.

Negotiation competition: Each team will consist of 2 participants one will be the attorney and the other being the client, who will negotiate the differing party in the most adept manner.

Client Counselling Competition: Each team shall consist of two members. The Competition simulates a law office consultation in which two law students, acting as lawyers are presented with a hypothetical dispute brought before them by a Client-actor.

Venue of Competition

School of Law, Christ Deemed to be University, Bengaluru, Karnataka

Registration Fee

The registration fee is:

Rs. 2500/- per team for Client Counselling (Inclusive of Accommodation Fee).

Rs. 3000/- per team for Mediation (Inclusive of Accommodation Fee).

Rs. 3000/- per team for Negotiation (Inclusive of Accommodation Fee).

Important Dates

         Date Description of Event
24th December, 2017 Commencement of provisional registration
28th December, 2017 Release of Rules and Application form and travel form
4th January, 2018 Last date for Provisional Registration (online)
5th January, 2018 Release of Negotiation and Mediation problems
10th January, 2018 Last date for Final Registration (submission of Soft Copy of Registration documents and registration fee payment)
15th January, 2018 Last date for Final Registration (submission of Hard Copy of Registration documents)
2nd February, 2018 Release of Problem for Preliminary rounds of Negotiation Competition
8th to 10th February, 2018 3rd National ADR Competition, 2017

 

Procedure for Registration

The National Competition this year comprises of Mediation, Negotiation and Client Counseling Competitions. Each institution shall be allotted 1 slot per competition.

The link for provisional registration is given here.

There shall be a maximum of 20 teams per competition.

The registration of teams shall be ascertained on a first come, first serve basis. So do hurry!

Contact

 

Any Clarification of this Competition can be sought from: [email protected]

Student Conveners

 

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