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Chandigarh Legal Conclave

Chandigarh Legal Conclave

Challenges and Future of water law in India

Join India’s most trusted legal brains and experts in chalking out programs and policies that will ensure the regulation of a rapidly disappearing natural resource that sustains the Earth: WATER.

Be part of the change which is essential to the future survival of India’s food, health and well being.

Even as the government tries to rise to the challenge, the Chandigarh Conclave will help establish a blueprint and road map for tackling the immensely complex legal, administrative and regulatory issues in order to find a viable solution to what is now recognized as a crisis of dangerous dimensions.

Beyond legislation and regulations that underpin water management, are the principles, policies, and legal framework that govern water management, including, plans and strategies of water managers and other stakeholders outlining infrastructure development, water rights laws, environmental protection, human rights laws, and research funding.

Water policy as such encompasses efforts to define the rules, intent, and instruments with which governments manage human uses of water, control water pollution, and meet environmental needs of this quintessential natural resource.

Public water policy occurs at all levels of government. The overarching legislative framework is typically developed at the national or state level, whereas management and operational aspects are implemented at the catchment level. We must also note that a variety of other policy issues have bearing on water policy and management - economic development, trade, land planning, agriculture, and energy policy.

Challenges and Future of water law in India

Join India’s most trusted legal brains and experts in chalking out programs and policies that will ensure the regulation of a rapidly disappearing natural resource that sustains the Earth: WATER.

Be part of the change which is essential to the future survival of India’s food, health and well being.

Even as the government tries to rise to the challenge, the Chandigarh Conclave will help establish a blueprint and road map for tackling the immensely complex legal, administrative and regulatory issues in order to find a viable solution to what is now recognized as a crisis of dangerous dimensions.

Beyond legislation and regulations that underpin water management, are the principles, policies, and legal framework that govern water management, including, plans and strategies of water managers and other stakeholders outlining infrastructure development, water rights laws, environmental protection, human rights laws, and research funding.

Water policy as such encompasses efforts to define the rules, intent, and instruments with which governments manage human uses of water, control water pollution, and meet environmental needs of this quintessential natural resource.

Public water policy occurs at all levels of government. The overarching legislative framework is typically developed at the national or state level, whereas management and operational aspects are implemented at the catchment level. We must also note that a variety of other policy issues have bearing on water policy and management - economic development, trade, land planning, agriculture, and energy policy.

Our History

Bengaluru Theme : Challenges , Future and Scope of Arbitration and Mediation in India

Although an emerging global powerhouse, India lags far behind most developed economies when it comes to ease of resolution of disputes, a key catalyst for economic growth. In our bid to emerge as a $5 trillion economy, it is imperative that we find ways to address the increasing judicial backlog ease the burden on courts and encourage investor confidence. While we search for newer and more efficient solutions, the case for bolstering alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, if there ever needed to be one, has never been stronger.

The laws relating to arbitration, mediation and conciliation have been on the statute books for over two decades now, but we are yet to fully reap their benefits. Recently, Parliament passed the New Delhi International Arbitration Centre Bill to set up an independent and autonomous regime for institutionalised domestic and international arbitration. But a considerable distance needs to be travelled if we are to turn India into an international arbitration hub competing with the likes of those in Singapore, London and Paris. With this conclave, India Legal aims to bring together various stakeholders to discuss and evaluate how this turnaround can be achieved.

Legal Leadership Conclave- Mumbai

In continuing with this tradition, we launched the western chapter of Legal Leadership Conclave at St Regis Hotel Mumbai on April 27, 2019 (Saturday), with the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) as the topic for discussion.

Legal Leadership Conclave- Jharkhand

The first-ever conclave of the India Legal Research Foundation held in Ranchi took a long hard look at the reasons why “Access to Justice” still eludes the poor and powerless. Read More…

SPEAKERS

Hon’ble Mr. Justice M.N. Venkatachaliah
Former Chief Justice of India
Hon’ble Mr. Justice T.S.Thakur
Former Chief Justice of India
Hon’ble Mr. Justice S. Rajendra Babu
Former Chief Justice Of India
Hon’ble Mr. Justice B.N. Srikrishna
Former Judge, Supreme Court of India
Hon’ble Mr. Justice (Retd.) R.V.Raveendran
Former Judge, Supreme Court of India
Hon’ble Mr. Justice Ravi V. Malimath
Former Judge,Karnataka High Court
Hon’ble Mr. Justice Alok Aradhe
Former Judge,Karnataka High Court
Hon’ble Ms. Justice B.V. Nagarathna
Former Judge,Karnataka High Court

Schedule

AGENDA

Technical Session 1 (11am to 12:30pm)

TOPIC

Speaker

Arbitration – Journey from 1940 to 2018 Challenges and reforming in the Indian Arbitration & Mediation system –way forward Hon’ble Mr. Justice B.N.Sri Krishna  
Arbitration – Journey from 1940 to 2018 Challenges and opportunities institutional Arbitration vs Ad hoc Arbitration   Hon’ble Mr. Justice Ravi V. Malimath ( Karnataka High Court)  
Arbitration – Journey from 1940 to 2018 Commercial courts and need for training of judges with challenges to arbitral awards   Hon’ble Mr. Justice Alok Aradhe ( Karnataka High Court ) President, High Court Arbitration Centre , Bengaluru
Arbitration – Journey from 1940 to 2018 Use of Artificial Intelligence in legal matters and conflict resolution   Mr. Avinash Ambale ( Expert on Artificial Intelligence )
Q & A Sessions and Concluding Remarks by Chairperson   Chairperson : Hon’ble Mr. Justice T.S.Thakur , Former Chief Justice of India
Technical Session 2 ( 1:30pm to 3pm)

TOPIC

Speaker

Mediation – Arbitration An effective tool of dispute resolution Mediation – Arbitration An effective tool of dispute resolution Hon’ble Mr. Justice B.V. Nagaratha ( Karnataka High Court) President, Bangalore Mediation Centre , Bengaluru
Mediation – Arbitration An effective tool of dispute resolution Challenges and reforming in Indian Arbitration system   Mr. A.S. Udaya Holla Advocate General, High Court of Karnataka , Bengaluru  
Mediation – Arbitration An effective tool of dispute resolution Arbitration and Mediation – Strange bedfellows or harmonious partners   Mr. Sriram Panchu ( Sr. Advocate)
Mediation – Arbitration An effective tool of dispute resolution Online Mediation & AI- Big data – The Future techniques of Mediation   Prof. (Dr.) Ashok R. Patil Director, Online Consumer Mediation Centre , National Law School of India University
Q & A Sessions and Concluding Remarks by Chairperson   Chairperson : Hon’ble Mr. Justice (Retd.) R.V.Raveendran

AGENDA

Technical Session 1 (11am to 12:30pm)

TOPIC

Speaker

Arbitration – Journey from 1940 to 2018 Challenges and reforming in the Indian Arbitration & Mediation system –way forward Hon’ble Mr. Justice B.N.Sri Krishna  
Arbitration – Journey from 1940 to 2018 Challenges and opportunities institutional Arbitration vs Ad hoc Arbitration   Hon’ble Mr. Justice Ravi V. Malimath ( Karnataka High Court)  
Arbitration – Journey from 1940 to 2018 Commercial courts and need for training of judges with challenges to arbitral awards   Hon’ble Mr. Justice Alok Aradhe ( Karnataka High Court ) President, High Court Arbitration Centre , Bengaluru
Arbitration – Journey from 1940 to 2018 Use of Artificial Intelligence in legal matters and conflict resolution   Mr. Avinash Ambale ( Expert on Artificial Intelligence )
Q & A Sessions and Concluding Remarks by Chairperson   Chairperson : Hon’ble Mr. Justice T.S.Thakur , Former Chief Justice of India
Technical Session 2 ( 1:30pm to 3pm)

TOPIC

Speaker

Mediation – Arbitration An effective tool of dispute resolution Mediation – Arbitration An effective tool of dispute resolution Hon’ble Mr. Justice B.V. Nagaratha ( Karnataka High Court) President, Bangalore Mediation Centre , Bengaluru
Mediation – Arbitration An effective tool of dispute resolution Challenges and reforming in Indian Arbitration system   Mr. A.S. Udaya Holla Advocate General, High Court of Karnataka , Bengaluru  
Mediation – Arbitration An effective tool of dispute resolution Arbitration and Mediation – Strange bedfellows or harmonious partners   Mr. Sriram Panchu ( Sr. Advocate)
Mediation – Arbitration An effective tool of dispute resolution Online Mediation & AI- Big data – The Future techniques of Mediation   Prof. (Dr.) Ashok R. Patil Director, Online Consumer Mediation Centre , National Law School of India University
Q & A Sessions and Concluding Remarks by Chairperson   Chairperson : Hon’ble Mr. Justice (Retd.) R.V.Raveendran

9:00 am to 9:30 am
Registration and Refreshments

INAUGURAL SESSION
9:30am to 10:15am

Welcome Address by
Mr. P.K.Malhotra
Former Law Secretary

INAUGURAL ADDRESS BY
Hon’ble Mr. Justice M.N. Venkatachaliah

Former Chief Justice of India

Vote of thanks by
Mr. Inderjit Badhwar

Editor , India Legal Magazine

TEA BREAK : 10:30am to 11:00am
LUNCH BREAK : 12:30pm to 1:30pm
TEA BREAK : 3pm to 3:30pm

VALEDICTORY SESSION
3:30pm to 4:14pm
Chair by Hon’ble Mr. Justice S. Rajendra Babu , Former Chief Justice Of India

Special Address by
Hon’ble Minister Mr. Nitin Gadkari

Vote of thanks by
Mr. Inderjit Badhwar , Editor , India Legal Magazine

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