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A snapshot of North America—Release of the GPC North America Report

We have now released The GPC North America Report! The GPC North America Report is the eighth and final report in the suite of GPC North American reports. It provides a comparative analysis of the seven recently released, local reports. This means that for the first time in history, we have a comprehensive baseline for …

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Day Three Of The NLIU-INADR ILSMT: The End

After a night of fun, the participants and judges were all set to kick off the last set of preliminary rounds for day three of the 7th edition of NLIU-INADR ILSMT on 25 November 2018. The judges and participants tackled a dispute involving a religious sect’s ritualistic animal sacrifice, which the community opposed. The focal …

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Day Two Of The NLIU-INADR ILSMT: The Grind Begins

The second day of the 7th edition of NLIU-INADR ILSMT took place on 24 November 2018 and began with anxious participants preparing for the preliminary rounds. While teams huddled together revising their strategies, the judges were briefed about the simulated legal issues by none other than Case Ellis. Ellis, who is affiliated with INADR, deliberated …

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Day One Of The NLIU-INADR ILSMT: Rediscovering Mediation

The 7th edition of the International Law School Mediation Tournament (ILSMT), 2018, was organised by the National Law Institute University (NLIU) with the support of the International Academy of Dispute Resolution (INADR). Eager participants and professional judges from across the globe gathered in Bhopal to kick-start this endeavour and take mediation to a whole new …

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New Podcast – Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program

The Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program at Harvard Law School has released the first episode of their new podcast, Thanks for Listening. Episode One is about politics around the Thanksgiving table and bridging the divide at family gatherings. Wherever you are in the world, navigating political conversations with family members can prove challenging, and an increasingly divided …

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Signing The Singapore Convention: Cross-Border Enforceability In Mediation

Much has already been written on the upcoming United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation, also known as the Singapore Convention. Deborah Masucci and M. Salman Ravala have claimed that adoption of the Convention “signals the most credible acknowledgment of mediation as a meaningful tool to resolve cross-border commercial disputes”. Dr. Peretz Segal has highlighted …

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Spotlight On India: Mediation Reform And The Big Implementation Problem

The mediation movement in India has had strong supporters who have tirelessly worked on setting up court-annexed centres and starting the conversation on mediation for over two decades now. India, today, has accelerated reform in the commercial dispute resolution space starting with the arbitration ordinance, bankruptcy laws on specialised tribunals and now the Commercial Courts …

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The Singapore Convention: A First Look

YMI supporter M. Salman Ravala and IMI Board Co-Chair Deborah Masucci recently wrote an article entitled “The Singapore Convention: A First Look” for NYSBA’s journal “New York Dispute Resolution Lawyer” (Vol 11 No 2).  It gives some key background to the Convention and discusses several important provisions.  You can download it here: Singapore Convention Article …

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