Indian National Bar Association (INBA) is the country’s largest voluntary bar association. INBA is honoured to have more than 10,000 registered members, 25 different sections and 15 International chapters across the globe with more than 10 Indian Regional Forums. INBA endeavours to act as a premier body representing the interest of Indian legal community, to strive to provide several economic and social benefits that should accrue to them; and to reform the Indian legal systems leading to effective and quick justice. INBA has undertaken various initiatives to bring effective and efficient changes in legislative framework for ease of doing business in India.
About INBA Student Section
INBA is keenly focused on taking the Indian legal industry and its members to newer heights. Representing the entire Legal ecosystem in India, INBA is dedicated to expand its member’s professional network and industry insight. The Section for Law Students draws on its rich cultural diversity to offer students a distinctive membership experience, which bridges the gap between disparate legal jurisdictions. Section for Law Students is governed by an Executive Committee, which comprises a team of dedicated law students, whose unflagging efforts in organizing projects enrich the career of law students in India. The Executive Committee is assisted by Research & Editorial Committee, Development & Programme Committee, Reporters Committee, Media Committee and Legal Aid Board, other INBA Sections and INBA core team, whose indefatigable efforts and unwavering support has ensured that Section for Law Students has grown by leaps and bounds since its inception.
About the Training Class
Law as a profession has gained enormous demand these days. In addition to being financially lucrative and promising, it is a career prospect involving huge adventures and creativity. Lawyers hold a great position of respect in the society wherein there still lies a trust amidst the mass that even if everything goes wrong, one may still blindly resort to the Legal system for the administration of Justice. Let alone Lawyers, in ones’s day to day life as well, legal advices hold important position, so does legal advisors.
In today’s era, Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution and is a way of resolving disputes between two or more parties. Apart from parties referring disputes to mediation voluntarily, under Section 89 of the Civil Procedure Code, 1908 where it appears to court that there exist elements of a settlement which may be acceptable to the parties, the court may refer parties to, inter alia, arbitration, conciliation or mediation. The mediator then helps them to reach a conclusion based on their agreed upon terms. As it is voluntarily process and the parties retain all the rights and powers, any party can withdraw from the process of mediation at any phase without stating any reason.
The mediation process in India follows all the general rules of evidence and, examination and cross-examination of witness. To know all the legal rights you have over the issue, you can discuss with your ADR lawyer hoe you can put up your demands and negotiate it with the other party. One of the primary benefits of mediation in India is that it is completely private methods of dispute resolution. Only the disputing parties and the mediator are involved, making the affairs of the parties personal and private. The mediator is an impartial and independent third party, who helps the parties in finding their own solution.
The Training Class focuses on training and awareness programs for students and academicians to demonstrate how meditating skills and conflict resolution skills can be used to solve the cases where the settlement can be done and to enable legal literacy in the contemporary legal field by the ones excelling in the same.
The Objectives of the Training Class is to:
- Demonstrate skills for students to become a successful Mediator and Negotiator;
- Develop better anticipation of negotiation in national and international settings;
- Explore different mediation processes in real life situations; and
- Extend opportunity to practice efficient and structured mediation.
How to Register
Training Class Date – 21st March, 2020 (Saturday)
Training Class Venue – Indian Law Institute (ILI), Opposite Supreme Court of India, Bhagwan Das Road, New Delhi- 110001
Registration fees – Rs. 500 + GST (INR 500+ 90= 590)
Mode of Payment:
Cheque/Demand Draft in favour of Indian National Bar Association
Name: Indian National Bar Association
Trade Name INDIAN NATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION
Type: Non-Governmental Organization (registered under
PAN No AADC13747E
CIN No U93000DL2013NPL259136
Address 8/11 FF, Shahi Hospital Road, Near Archies Gallery,
Jungpura Extension, New Delhi-110014
Bank Name Punjab National Bank
Beneficiary’s Bank Jangpura Extension
Beneficiary’s Bank Account no 1509002101114397
IFSC Code PUNB0150900
MICR Code 110024061
SWIFT Code PUNBINBBISB
For further information Kindly Contact the undersigned
Indian National Bar Association
Office : 8/11 FF, Jungpura Extension | New Delhi – 110014| India
Contact: +91- 9811992072 +91-11-49036141
Any other query Contact:
Palak Arora: Chair, Section for Law Students, INBA
Anand Awasthi: Chair, Development & Programme Committee, Section for Law Students, INBA- +91- 8285536218