Lloyd A.D.R Center(LADRC) organised a second workshop for BA.LLB 1st Year batch on two topics i.e. Business Model Drafting & Role of a client in an arbitration proceeding and client counseling.
‘Business Model Innovation does not come from creatives only. It comes from understanding other business models and learning from them’
- Patrick van Der Pijl
Our First session was on the topic of Business Model Drafting taken up by Mr. Shiv Wanchoo and Mr. Jyotiraditya Pratap Shahi;
Both of our speakers are experts in the field of insurance and have assisted and worked on many business models over the years. Our speaker Mr. Shiv explained to our audience the intricacies involved in formation of a business and what all is required in order to form a business model. Certain fun activities were enacted for the students in which many of them volunteered. These activities allowed the students to come forward and put forth their idea under the guidance of the experts present.
‘I believe in Dispute Resolution Alternatives because they are built on the premise that when people - clients, lawyers, neutral facilitators, mediators and experts - intentionally and by design collaborate in good faith toward finding a good solution, they will find a better resolution than when they a better resolution than when they fight each other until one side loses’
- Michael A. Zeytoonian
Our second session of the workshop was based on the topic of ‘Clients role in an arbitration proceeding’ which was taken up by Ms. Jayashree Parihar (Associate, PSL Advocates & Solicitors) and Mr. Utkarsh Divyankar (Advocates, PSL Advocates & Solicitors):
Our esteemed speakers from PSL Advocates & Solicitors who are the actively involved in the field of Arbitration gave our students a tad bit of information of what is ‘ARBITRATION’ and a detailed explanation about the ‘Role of a client in an arbitration proceeding’. A practical example was given with the help of students who volunteered to act as counsel and our distinguished speakers who acted as clients to demonstrate how a client functions.
Our first workshop on the explained topics above was success with more than 250 students out of the strength of 300 out rightly registering and expressing their interest in LADRC. A mail will be sent by LADRC to the students outlining the Business Model Drafting Competition along with the guidelines, rules and regulation and a sample business model to help out the interested students.