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May 2020 Issue of the Newsletter now out!

Dear Readers,

Greetings from CADR, RGNUL.

We hope that you and your loved ones remain safe during these tumultuous times.

It has been three months since the lockdown; we hope that you and your loved ones continue to remain well and safe.

The May Issue of the CADR Newsletter is now out.

We are happy to announce the launch of Issue 5, Volume 2 of the Newsletter. It’s a joyous occasion for us at CADR on another count – that this is the sixth overall issue of the Newsletter. We have gone strong for six months, and have received generous words from students and industry practitioners. However, we strive to constantly improve, and to that extent request you to fill a survey which will assist us in improving the many more issues to come.

There have been many developments of import in the field of arbitration and the world of ADR in May. The relentless spread of the virus notwithstanding, the ADRC community has marched on in its quest for grappling and acclimatizing to the new world order. From a new arbitration and mediation centre in London to a South Korean submarine dispute, May has been fairly happening. With no respite in sight, it seems all measures taken by the community are here to stay.

As for developments at home, the Editorial Board of the CADR Blog released its inaugural Call for Blogs recently. It has been our observation that there exists an acute shortage of platforms that serve to initiate discourse, provide professional insights, and build capacity in the Indian ADR community. It is our hope that the CADR Blog can serve as a robust, professional, and erudite platform to fill this dearth. More details can be found here.

Each volume follows a vigorous process of compilation and is vetted twice – including by industry professionals. For more information on how we create the Newsletter, you may check our Note.

The Newsletter initiative began with the observation that there exists a lacuna in the provision of information relating to ADR to the practicing community, and we wanted to provide a solution to the same. In keeping with that, we are glad to have many practitioners and students subscribe to the Newsletter and the Blog after the launch of the first issue.

To subscribe to the CADR Newsletter, you may send us an email at Additionally, you may subscribe to the CADR Blog via our homepage and you will receive a notification whenever we launch a volume of the Newsletter.

As always, we await with bated breath for your feedback on our Newsletter. We hope to hear from you soon!

Warm Regards, Aditya Mathur, Member, Research Team, Centre for Alternate Dispute Resolution.

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