- Our people
- Student Life
- Social Initiative
- Awards & Achievements
Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution, aims to effectively train the students in the areas of ADR. The Centre plans on achieving this mission by promoting and providing the students via various activities, workshops, competitions and counselling sessions via planned academic calendar for efficient and effective learning. The centre aims to bridge the gap between the students and industry leaders and other such relative bodies for a successful practical learning and collaboration which takes a core segment of law school learning. Centre’s objective and approach to fulfilment of such objectives are dynamic in nature, taking into account the fast-paced industry with an aim to provide the students with an edge.
To establish a centre at the University that can help in contributing back to the society through providing Alternative Dispute Resolution services.
To ensure that students are effectively trained in areas concerning Alternative Dispute Resolution and refine their mediation and negotiation skills along with imparting comprehensive knowledge of laws and regulations concerning Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms to produce fair outcomes for disputes
To create awareness in the society with regard to Alternative Dispute Resolution techniques. To acquaint the students with advocacy skills in Alternative Dispute Resolution. To train the students in the concerned fields of Alternate Dispute Resolution. To provide a platform for students to showcase their skills pertaining to Alternative Dispute Resolution. To promote academic research on themes pertaining to the Alternative Dispute Resolution mechanisms. To provide students with practical experience and guide them in Alternative Dispute Resolution competitions, facilitate interaction among students, faculty and legal practitioners and develop consultations with government and other stakeholders. To impart Skills related to Arbitration, Mediation, Negotiation, Conciliation and Client Counseling. To collaborate with various centres and institutions across India to conduct workshops and training programmes.
The Inauguration of Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution (CADR) took place on 24th September 2017. The Inauguration was done by Prof. Dr. David Ambrose, Dean, School of Law, University of Madras and Mr. Kalyan Jhabakh, Partner Surana and Surana, alongside Sampath Bulusu General Manager Legal and Corporate Affairs- Shell Hazira LNG and Port Companies., and Dr. M.I Baig, Director of Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.