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This course introduces the Participants to the concepts, skills and techniques required to resolve disputes, the role of mediator, guiding process, managing emotions and using communication skills as an arbitrator or mediator. ADR is a practical method for helping people resolve their conflicts and attain mutually satisfactory outcomes. This course relies heavily on interactive methodology. It familiarizes participants with alternative methods of dispute resolution (ADR). The first part of the course examines legal issues involved in theory, goals and techniques of arbitration & mediation; the second half introduces participants to its practical skills. Through this course you will understand a cluster of skills that includes assertiveness, creativity, flexibility, empathy, and listening. After completing this clinical subject, you'll be able to help clients to find satisfactory resolutions to their disagreements.

Course Details

Course Code CLE/2016/5/LB-01
Course Duration 45 Days
Course Effort 2-3 Hours/Week
Level Introductory
Course Fees 3000/- INR


  • Overview of Law

    Definitions of Law and Its Nature, Sources of Law, Types of Law, Branches of Law, Rights and Duties as Citizens

  • Judicial System in India

    Different Legal System, Hierarchy of Courts in India

  • Scope of Legal Profession

    Barrister, Solicitor, Attorney, Judicial Officer, Law Clerks, Legal Academic

  • Value Added Topics

    Bare Acts, Legal Journals, Commentary, Digests, Manuals - Meaning & Uses Introduction to Legal Aid, Lok Adalats, Ombudsman and Lokayukta, Usefulness of Computers

  • Learning Outcomes

    After completing this Clinical Subject, you'll be able to

    • ADR Process: Conceptual Framework
    • Arbitration & Mediation Process
    • Different approaches to Mediation (creating value vs. claiming value; structuring a deal vs. resolving a dispute)
    • Roles and attributes of a arbitrator & mediator
    • ADR Tools and Principles
    • The Role of Advocate and Litigant
    • How to devise a settlement strategy
    • How to advocate for yourself and your client
    • Legal Issues in Mediation
    • Role of the Courts: judicial review and enforcement of awards; judicial assistance in the process
  • Key Features

    • Conceptual & practical clarity on Oral Pleadings
    • Under each topic the principles are explained, illustrated and contextualized
    • Features a separate Chapter devoted to topics like Court Etiquettes, Appearance & Elements of Good Argument in Court
    • Short & concise lessons with lots of examples
    • Power Point Presentations supplementing academic courses
    • Short videos that easily help students to master the subject
    • Practice Sessions & tools to help you succeed

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AIR Law Academy & Research Centre, Nagpur
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How it Works

Course Activity

Definitions of Law and Its Nature, Sources of Law, Types of Law, Branches of Law, Rights and Duties as Citizens

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Easy Steps

  • Step I: Learn about How to take the Clinical Course

    Take a virtual tour of Course goals & Plan through a video. This will help you to explore the strengths of the Course. You will also get a reading material on How to succeed in this Course.

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  • Step II: Start Your Clinical Course

    It's Simple! Start your customized clinical course on your own schedule.

    Once registered, you will be given access to the learning materials for the Clinical Legal Subject. The learning material shall include Reference material, Power Point Presentation, Audio-video Lectures & Practice Sessions. These materials will take you through a programme of directed self-study, and indicate how and where you can obtain supplementary study materials and access tutorial support to enhance your studies. Tutors are allocated for each module and are available to answer queries and promote discussion during the study semester. Details of the learning materials provided for each module can be found in the module specifications (located on the 'Dashboard' tab of the relevant course page).

  • Step III: Practice Your Skills

    Put your newly conceptualized & developed skills to practice. The estimated time to complete this Course is 45 days. You will have repeated access to Video Lectures and Power Point Presentations. You can retake your practice session until you are confident that you understand these concepts.

  • Step IV: Aptitude Assessment

    Solve Multiple Choice Questions on 5 Modules with around 20 questions in each Module. The aptitude section focuses on your problem solving skills.

  • Step V: Final Destination

    Once you have successfully completed the Practice Sessions and Online Exercises, you have successfully completed the course!

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