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Course Introduction: 

"Arbitration Essentials: Navigating Dispute Resolution in India," a meticulously designed course aimed at unraveling the complexities of arbitration within the Indian legal framework. This course is crafted for legal practitioners, law students, business professionals, and anyone keen to understand the nuances of arbitration in India, a country with a rich legal heritage and a rapidly evolving dispute resolution landscape.

India, with its burgeoning economy and a legal system that accommodates traditional practices alongside modern laws, presents a unique environment for arbitration. The Indian Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, inspired by the UNCITRAL Model Law, lays the foundation for arbitration in India, emphasizing minimal judicial intervention and efficient dispute resolution. This course dives deep into the principles of arbitration in India and abroad, exploring both its domestic and international dimensions, and provides insights into the practical aspects of conducting arbitration in an Indian and International context.

Course Structure:

SESSION 1: Introduction to Terminologies/General Introduction to Arbitration

SESSION 2: Geneva Convention, New York Convention and UNCITRAL Model Law and other Miscellaneous Conventions

SESSION 3: International Arbitration and Domestic Arbitration 

SESSION 4: Types of Arbitration: On the basis of Nature and on the basis of Order

SESSION 5: Procedure Adopted 

SESSION 6: Pre-Arbitration and Post-Arbitration Proceedings

SESSION 7: Arbitration Agreement Drafting 

SESSION 8: Award Drafting



The objective of the "Arbitration Essentials: Navigating Dispute Resolution in India" course is to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of arbitration principles and practices within and outside the Indian legal context. Through a blend of theoretical knowledge and practical skills development, the course aims to equip participants with the expertise needed to effectively engage in arbitration proceedings, whether as legal practitioners, business professionals, or arbitrators. Additionally, the course seeks to foster critical thinking, ethical practice, and an appreciation for the international dimensions of arbitration.


Learning Outcomes:

Upon completing the course, participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the legal framework governing arbitration in India and outside India

  • Analyze and draft arbitration agreements and clauses tailored to specific dispute resolution needs.

  • Apply practical skills in managing arbitration proceedings, including conducting pre-arbitration negotiations, presenting evidence, and making reasoned decisions.

  • Evaluate ethical considerations and professional responsibilities inherent in arbitration practice, demonstrating integrity, impartiality, and transparency.

  • Assess the implications of international arbitration practices on resolving cross-border disputes involving Indian parties or interests.

  • Critically analyze emerging trends and challenges in arbitration, such as virtual hearings and cybersecurity, and propose effective strategies for addressing them.


Prime Takeaway:

Theoretical Aspects of the following

Introduction to Terminologies/General Introduction to Arbitration; Geneva and New York Conventions; UNCITRAL Model Law; International Arbitration; Domestic Arbitration; Types of Arbitration on the basis of Nature (Sports, Maritime, Construction, Commercial and Investment Arbitration/BIT’s) and Order (Institutional Arbitration and Ad-Hoc Arbitration); The Procedure Adopted; The Pre-Arbitration Proceedings, Post-Arbitration Proceedings; Other Miscellaneous Conventions

Practical Aspect:

•           Drafting of Arbitration Agreement

•           Drafting of Arbitration Award



Assessment in the "Arbitration Essentials: Navigating Dispute Resolution in India" course encompasses a multifaceted approach aimed at evaluating participants' comprehension, application, and proficiency in arbitration principles and practices. Through quizzes, assignments, and case studies, participants demonstrate their understanding of key concepts and their ability to analyze practical scenarios within the Indian and International legal framework. Active participation in discussions and group activities assesses their critical thinking, communication skills, and engagement with course content. The final assessment, comprising written exams, oral presentations, and practical assessments, evaluates participants' overall mastery of arbitration essentials, including legal principles, procedural rules, drafting skills, and ethical considerations. Continuous feedback and support are provided to facilitate participants' learning and development throughout the course, ensuring a comprehensive assessment experience that prepares them for success in the field of arbitration in India and outside India.


Mentor: Adv. Sobiya Ameen

Sobiya Ameen, an adept dispute resolution lawyer, brings a wealth of expertise to her practice. In taxation, she navigates complex codes, offering clients tailored strategies for financial optimization and compliance. Her proficiency in blockchain law encompasses decentralized technologies, advising on smart contracts, digital assets, and regulatory compliance in the ever-evolving landscape of cryptocurrencies. Within corporate law, Sobiya excels in governance, mergers, acquisitions, and compliance matters. In company law, she crafts and interprets legal documents, ensuring businesses adhere to corporate governance standards. However, her central focus lies in International Commercial Arbitration, where she owns skills meeting the market standard practices with a fine touch in CISG. With a commitment to efficient dispute resolution, Sobiya provides clients with reliable legal avenues to safeguard their interests in the commercial realm, making her a versatile professional in taxation, blockchain, corporate, and commercial law.

Price - Rs 2999/- only

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