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ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

The Centre seeks to promote academic research on themes pertaining to the resolution of disputes, and is particularly oriented towards the study of dispute resolution systems existing both nationally and internationally. The Centre aims to provide students with practical experience and guide them in Alternative Dispute Resolution Moot competitions; facilitate interaction among students, faculty and legal practitioners; collaborate with various centres and institutes across the world to conduct workshops and training programs; and develop consultations with the government and other stakeholders.

Mission:

The Centre for Dispute Resolution is an initiative by the University to promote academic research on themes pertaining to the resolution of disputes. Dispute Resolution is new and an emerging inter- disciplinary field that is concerned with, inter-alia, the following themes: (a) the study of the causative structural factors and the subjective motives of the actors giving rise to disputes; (b) the study of the formal and informal institutions dedicated to the resolution of disputes; (c) the study of the laws and regulations to produce fair outcomes of disputes. The JGU Centre for Dispute Resolution is particularly oriented towards the study the dispute resolution systems existing both nationally and internationally. The Centre looks forward to extensive collaborations with institutions, both professional and academic, engaged in this new field.

Center Aims:

  • To foster research and place the Center as a Center of Excellence
  • To provide students with practical experience and guide them in ADR Moot competitions
  • To facilitate interaction among students, faculty and legal practitioners
  • To collaborate with various centers and institutes across the world to conduct workshops and training programs
  • To develop consultations with the government and other stake holders