Proficient at Arbitration Practice of KFCRI (PAP-KFCRI)

Arbitration is the most important form of Alternative Dispute Resolution mechanism. Through arbitration, disputes can be resolved outside the courts with enormous benefits. The procedure is faster and cheaper as compared to judicial proceedings. In the modern world, justice must be given on time, saying so arbitration helps to give timely justice. There are definitive legislations governing arbitration in many countries. India is to become a hub for Arbitration for International Commercial Disputes.

UNCITRAL Model law on International and Commercial Arbitration was adopted by India as The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 which regulates both Domestic and International Arbitrations or Conciliations, which was further amended in the year 2015 bringing in many nuances and technicalities of the Procedure.

The course focuses on students, legal practitioners and diversified professionals who are interested in the field of Arbitration and provide them training. The course aims to provide comprehensive and practical knowledge in Arbitration and thereby provide Accreditation to eligible candidates.

A Proficient is determined to be at the top of the field and must have established to the interview board that he/she has vast experience in arbitration practice. They are proved to be practitioners with advance application of knowledge of the law and its practical application. KFCRI recognizes them as the pioneers in the field of Arbitration.

Proficients can use the designatory letters PAP-KFCRI.

Certificate of Proficient at Arbitration Practice of KFCRI (PAP-KFCRI)

I. Subscription Details.

Eligibility Criteria :

Category 1 - Certificate of Fellow from KFCRI and successful completion of interview conducted by the Interview Board.

Category 2 - 15 Years of Experience in the field of Arbitration. (Reference required)

Membership Fee:

Entry Fee (One Time)INR 5,000/-

PAP Membership Fee (Annual Subscription) INR 25,000/-