COMPETITION OVERVIEW

9th NLIU INADR MEDIATION TOURNAMENT 2021

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Since its inception in 2007, the vision of ADRC has been to disseminate knowledge relating to Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms and create a platform for like minded and zealous individuals to come together to revolutionize the process of dispute settlement. 

This goal became a reality in 2012 with the Cell organizing Asia’s oldest as well as India’s largest Mediation Tournament, the “NLIU INADR International Law School Mediation Tournament”. With each successive year, we have witnessed participation from all National Law Schools and premier private law schools of the country besides Universities in United States Australia and parts of Europe.

 

With the experience of organising 8 successful editions of our prestigious mediation tournament, and the 1st edition of NLIU International Negotiation Competition 2020 virtually, this year ADRC aims to conduct the 9th NLIU INADR International Mediation Tournament 2021virtually. The competition aims to provide an opportunity for students to be a part of disputes akin to actual altercations witnessed by legal professionals. It further presents an opportunity to hone the requisite communication and mediation skills in addition to holding discussions with equally enthusiastic professionals and students in the field. 

GENERAL DETAILS OF THE COMPETITION

I. FORMAT OF THE COMPETITION

The competition shall be in the format of a mediation competition wherein each team shall consist of 3 participants, i.e. the Client, the Counsel, and the Mediator. Due to the technical limitations of a remote tournament, the number of teams has been limited to 36. The same would be selected by the ADRC, on the basis of selection guidelines (to be released soon). The tournament shall have 3 Preliminary rounds and 2 Advanced Rounds (the Semi- Final and the Final). 

Further, it shall be mandatory for each member of the team to play the role of the client, counsel and mediator once. The time-limit shall be 60 minutes for the Preliminary Rounds, and 90 minutes for the Advanced Rounds. 

II. ELIGIBILITY

The participation is limited to students pursuing their primary degree in law (LLB, BCL, JD or equivalent).

III. REGISTERATION FEE

  For Participants 

₹ 7500 – For Indian Teams 

 $ 100  – For Foreign Participants

 

IV. UNIVERSITY REPRESENTATION

Considering the limitation on the number of teams, each University is permitted to be represented by only one team. It should be noted that cross teams are not allowed. 

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