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Online Course on Practice of International Arbitration by Senior Advocates

 


Course Module

1.Drafting arbitration agreements

2.Commencement of a dispute

3.Appointment of arbitrators

4.Seeking Interim Relief from Court/Tribunal

5.Conducting the arbitral process with the best international practices

6.Practical guidance on evidence and cross-examination

7.Challenging an arbitration award.

8.Enforcement of awards and asset tracking

9.Investment treaty arbitration and impact on India.

10.Analysis and Assessment


Course Outcomes

1.Understanding the legal framework of arbitration law in India, including concepts of seat/ venue of arbitration

2.Drafting robust arbitration agreements and navigate through challenging issues in domestic and international commercial arbitrations

3.Conducting efficient and cost-effective arbitral process as per international best practices 4.Identifying the right course of action, and working as a practical and proficient arbitration practitioner/ arbitrator


Faculty:

Nakul Dewan - Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India !

Sharan Jagtiani - Senior Advocate, Bombay High Court !

Shiela Ahuja - Partner, Allen & Overy !

Rajendra Barot - Senior Partner, AZB & Partners !

Promod Nair - Founding Partner, Arista Chambers !

Shreyas Jayasimha - Founding Partner, Aarna Law !

Shashank Garg - Partner, Advani and Co. !

Moazzam Khan - Global Head (Litigation), Nishith Desai !

Sonali Mathur - Course Director & Partner, AZB & Partners Guest Speakers & Course Coordinator !

Quentin Pak - Director, Burford Capital !

Montek Mayal - Senior MD, FTI Consulting !

Chaitali Wadhwa - RA, Manav Rachna University


Click to Register Here: https://pages.razorpay.com/pl_HF3EuTDB9T0alH/view#view-1

Course Timings & Seats:

June 15 - August 21 I (6 PM - 8 PM) I 3 Classes a Week (Tue-Thur-Sat) 40 Seats ONLY


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