The Mapping ADR blog is an initiative of Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat, India (“JGLS”). Pursuant to the growing importance of alternative dispute settlement (“ADR”), the blog seeks to provide an avenue for students, faculty and practitioners to engage in research and discussion on latest developments in the field of ADR. The objective of the blog is to critically explore issues both specific to the Indian legal arena as well as increasingly relevant transnational alternative dispute settlement. The blog will host articles, interviews and recent updates on ADR.
Practitioners, academics and students from within and outside JGLS are all welcome to contribute to the blog. Please refer to the Submission page for details.
Postings on this blog are for informational purposes only. Nothing herein shall be deemed or construed to constitute legal advice
Mapping ADR is managed by student editors under the supervision of JGLS Faculty.
Prof. Suvrajyoti Gupta is an Assistant Professor and Assistant Director, Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution, Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat. He completed his first degree in law from the NUJS, Kolkata in May 2006. Between 2006-2009, he practised as an appellate litigator, primarily based in the Supreme Court of India and the High Court of Delhi. His practice areas included commercial litigation, arbitration, constitutional and criminal law. Between 2009-2010 Mr. Gupta has successfully completed his LL.M. in International Business Law from the National University of Singapore. During his college days Mr. Gupta was one of the student editors of his University’s law Journal Indian Juridical Review. He contributed a number of articles in publications like Indian Bar Review, Journal of Intellectual Property and Criminal Law Journal. His research interests include commercial law, arbitration, international trade law, constitutional and legal regulation of emerging technologies.
Divyansha Agrawal is a final year law student at Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat and has completed a semester exchange at Bucerius Law School(Germany). She has participated in various negotiations and mediation competitions both national and international. She is interested in International Arbitration and other CDR mechanisms.
Aishwarya Singh is a final year student at Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat. She has written on arbitration on blog forums like IndiaCorpLaw. She has also participated in NLS-Trilegal International Arbitration Moot. She has studied international commercial arbitration and negotiation at Singapore Management University during her exchange semester. She has also received accredition from ADR-ODR International as a civil-commercial mediator. She is interested in international commercial arbitration and negotiation.
Aditi Khemani is a final year student at Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat. She has written on civil dispute resolution and international taxation, and is also interested in competition law and policy.
Aditi Singh Kashyap, Dushyant Kishan Kaul, Parvathi Bakshi, Ashray Chopra, Aaditi Pradeep, Advik Jha, Ananya Kuthiala, Archna Yadav, Divyansh Saluja, Kamakshi Puri, Kshitiz Agarwal, Mira Mahadevan, Namrata Kukreja and Sanjana Saxena. Our researchers are students of Jindal Global Law School.
Farhan Zia, Namrata Kukreja and Priya Maharishi, students of Jindal Global Law School.