Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative dispute mechanisms are of great importance in the legal structure of the country. These mechanisms aid the system by facilitating the expeditious delivery of justice. Sometimes, the courts refer matters for alternative dispute resolution when they see a possibility of resolution through mutual consideration and conversation. The amicable resolution of disputes helps in better results, especially when the parties involved do not want the issue to be prolonged. The use of alternative dispute resolution has become increasingly popular in recent years, as it is seen as a more practical and efficient alternative to traditional litigation. The goal of this Centre is to provide efficient and cost-effective methods for resolving legal disputes, while also promoting the principles of fairness, impartiality, and neutrality. The Centre is particularly focused on researching the dispute resolution mechanisms that are in place, both domestically and abroad. It aims to raise awareness of the issues related to these resolution methods and facilitate dispute resolution through alternative means by providing required services for the delivery of justice. The Centre is looking forward to forming close partnerships with organizations working in this emerging field, both academic and professional.