[Online] International Interactive Certificate Course on Arbitration by MyLawman [Register by 16 October 05:00 PM IST]

MyLawman is delighted to announce that after the successful completion of our International Summer School on WTO & ITL [August], Online Certificate Course on White Collar Crime [July], and Online Certificate Course on Media Law and Policy [June], we are now organizing an Online International Interactive Certificate Course on Arbitration (OICC-Arb) from 17 October 2020 to 24 October 2020. This course is open to participants from all fields.

Arbitration is a skill to be honed and it doesn’t attach itself to a Law degree alone!

To register click on the following link- https://forms.gle/f65Nopw79vzff36W8

Our participants in Online International Interactive Certificate Course on Arbitration (OICC-Arb) will be addressed by over more than 10 distinguished Speakers from Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, Khaitan & Co., Economic Law Practice, ANB Legal, CMS Law Practice, Shardul Amarchand Managaldas, Kove Global LLP, Faculty of Law- Manav Rachna University, World Bank, Supreme Court of Nigeria to name a few.

The total duration of the course shall be 15 hours spanning over a period of nine days.


WHAT YOU WILL LEARN: By the end of this course you will be well acquainted will the following-

Understanding of the legal and regulatory framework that governs the development of the Arbitration process.

  • Technicalities of Drafting of the Arbitration clauses and the steps involved in Arbitration.
  • Enforcement of Arbitration Clauses and what can/will make India a Global hub for Arbitration.
  • Dispute resolution in Indian cross-border transactions and how to go about Investment Arbitration.
  • Impact of COVID-19 on Public-Private Partnership and the surge in virtual arbitration: the pros and cons.

COURSE CURRICULUM AND SPEAKERS: The course is divided into 10 Themes for better understanding and wholesome coverage of the course. Read below the themes and their speakers:

Theme 1 on 17 October 2020 | 06:00 PM IST

Law of Arbitration and steps in Arbitration (in a nutshell) by Mr. Alok Jain, Associate Partner, Economic Law Practice

Theme 2 on 18 October 2020 | 06:00 PM IST

Recent developments in Arbitration in India by Ms. Shruti Sabharwal, Principal Associate, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas

Theme 3 on 19 October 2020 | 06:00 PM IST

Strengthening arbitration and its enforcement in India by Mr. V. Inbavijayan, International Arbitrator & Mg. Partner, Kove Global LLP, Founder KFCRI

Theme 4 on 20 October 2020 | 06:00 PM IST

How realistic is India’s dream of becoming a global Arbitration hub? by Prof. Ajay Thomas, Independent Arbitrator & Director, Faculty of Law, Manav Rachna University

Theme 5 on 21 October 2020 | 06:00 PM IST

Corporate attitudes and practices towards Arbitration in India by Mr. Ankoosh K Mehta, Partner, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

Theme 6 on 22 October 2020 | 06:00 PM IST

Drafting of Arbitration Clauses by Mr. Raj Panchmatia, Partner, Khaitan & Co.

Theme 7 on 23 October 2020 | 06:00 PM IST

Dispute resolution issues in Indian cross-border transaction by Ms. Shreni Shetty, Partner, ANB Legal

Theme 8 on 24 October 2020 | 12:30 PM IST 

Virtual Arbitration in India by Ms. Aina Adetutu, Arbitrator/Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria and Sub-Dean/Lecturer, Redeemer’s University, Nigeria

Theme 9 on 24 October 2020 | 06:00 PM IST 

Investment Arbitration/ ISDS by Ms. Maria Camila Hoyos, International Arbitration Counsel, CMS (Lisbon-Portugal)

Theme 10 on 25 October 2020 | 06:00 PM IST

Impact of Covid-19 on PPP and Arbitration by Ms. Jyoti Bisbey, Infrastructure Finance & PPP, World Bank Group

Mr. Siddharth Kanojia, 
Assistant Professor (Law), Bennett University
Mr. Abhinav K Mishra, Advisor – Research and Innovation Division, MyLawman
Ms. Sonal Saxena, Head – Research and Innovation Division, MyLawman


  • A session-based short form shall be shared over Cisco Webex at the end of the session with the participants to be filled out. The same shall be shared on the WhatsApp group as well.
  • The evaluation-cum-feedback form shall cover two short analytical/problem based questions (5 marks each) based on the session theme. 
  • Course shall be of 100 marks (10 sessions * 10 marks) which shall be rounded to 10 for final grades.
  • The same form shall be for both evaluation and attendance. The filling of the form shall be considered for attendance as well.
  • The form shall take a maximum of 15 minutes to fill, taking into consideration the participant’s tight schedule.


Recordings of videos shall be provided to the participants to facilitate them to watch the session in case they couldn’t attend real-time.

The recordings and the material shall be accessible to the participants for a duration of two months from the completion of the course.


ELIGIBILITY: The course is open to all since a Law degree is not a mandatory requirement to be an Arbitrator!!! You just need to be a subject expert. Simple, isn’t it?

Undergraduate and Post Graduate students of Law and allied fields.

Academicians, Research Scholars and Professionals from all the fields.


Last date for registration- 15 October 2020 by 8:00 PM

Registration Link- https://forms.gle/f65Nopw79vzff36W8


For Students – INR 950 | USD 20

For Academicians/ Research Scholar – INR 1450 | USD 30

For Professionals – INR 1450 | USD 30


For Indian Participants: 

Click here to pay https://rzp.io/l/oiccarb

or, Pay the amount through PHONEPE, GPay or UPI to 995 894 8005 or 9958948005@okbizaxis (Only for India)

or pay directly from PAYTM to 9984869929 (Only for India)

For International Participants: Pay via PAYPAL BUTTON below

Click Here to Pay- 


For any queries contact: Call/WhatsApp

Sonal Saxena- +91 888 199 1111

Abhinav K Mishra: +91-995 894 8005

Write to us – rid@mylawman.co.in

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Author: Knowledge Steez

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