MediateGuru is proud to announce 2nd Edition of its Co-Edited book on “A Pathway to the Future of ADR” in collaboration with Niyom Legal and Gherson Solicitors.
About the Book:
Chaos and conflict are a part and parcel of life as a whole. How we manage or handle such conflicts and chaotic situations is what matters the most. Negotiation is one of the most used techniques for resolving conflicts and disputes. It has been in existence for over a thousand years. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) refers to a variety of streamlined resolution techniques designed to resolve issues in controversy more efficiently when the normal negotiation process fails.
We invite submissions that address Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) topics from international and comparative perspectives or topics that deal with the intersection between two different fields of perspectives. The Aftermath of Covid-19 has already had a dramatic impact on the society as a whole and its consequences and impact will be felt for a significant period of time. This book will explore the evolution of ADR, reflecting on ADR as it was before the pandemic, as it is now and what it will become. Furthermore, the second edition of this book, will focus extensively on how such evolution presents a pathway towards the future of ADR and international cooperation within the ADR community.
Dr. Ashu Dhiman (Asst. Prof. at CLS – GIBS, India 🇮🇳)
Dr. Magdalena Łągiewska (Asst. Prof. at University of Gdańsk, Poland 🇵🇱)
Ms. Maureen Erickson Robertshaw (Practicing Family law mediator, USA🇺🇸)
Mr. Edward Miller (Director of Dispute Resolution at Gherson Solicitors🇬🇧)
Ms. Reshma Oogorah (International Arbitrator and Barrister, UAE🇦🇪)
Alternative Dispute Resolution
▪The role of the Judiciary in Alternative Dispute Resolution, scrutiny or interference?
▪Emerging issues in Arbitration, Mediation, Conciliation and Negotiation.
▪Legislation and ADR practices in Developing Nations.
▪The effectiveness of recognition and enforcement of foreign awards regimes in different jurisdictions – how effective is domestic legislation?
For more detailed sub-themes, please refer to the brochure.
▪Submit Abstract by – 20th September 2021
▪Communication of acceptance of Abstract – (within 7 days)
▪Last date for Submission of First Draft – 31st October 2021
▪Communication for Edits and correction – 15th November 2021
▪Re-Submission of Paper after correction – 31st November 2021
▪Communication of Selection of Final Paper – 15th December 2021
Guidelines of Submission:
▪All the manuscripts being contributed for the book are to be sent at: “firstname.lastname@example.org”
▪Submit the Abstract latest by 20th September on the above mentioned mail.
▪Submit the full paper by 31st October 2021 (Provided that Abstract is selected)
▪In case revisions suggested, please send the revised paper before 31st November 2021
▪The manuscript must be accompanied with an abstract of paper in not more than 300 words.
▪The final entries should reach the given email ID by 31st November 2021.
▪Entry should be in either ‘.doc’ or ‘.docx’ format.
▪The subject of the mail should be: “Submission of Abstract/Draft/Revised Paper for MediateGuru Book”.
▪Each Author with selected paper will be provided with an E-certificate and soft copy of the book.
▪Availability of Book to be purchased over Amazon, Kindle (worldwide) & Flipkart.
▪Acknowledgement and appreciation of Author in the Description of Book.
The word limit for research paper (inclusive of abstract) is between 3000 words (minimum) to 6000 words (maximum) This word limit is inclusive of footnotes. However certain research pieces of academic significance can be allowed to exceed the word limit.
Their is no publication fees, whatsoever for the selected articles. However, if the author(s) wish to have a hard copy, they can acquire the same from the store.
The selected best-quality papers will be sent for publication in ISBN numbered book.
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