Channelizing Online Dispute Resolution in the Indian model of ADR

  • Gauri Swarup Bansal
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  • Gauri Swarup Bansal

    Advocate at Delhi High Court, India

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Technological advancements and scientific breakthroughs have improved how people live and work. Alternate Dispute Resolution mechanisms such as mediation, arbitration and negotiation are an alternative to adversarial court litigation for a long time now. With the tech-savvy approach in the commercial world and day-to-day life, it is becoming extremely important for the legal world to take a technological ride and incorporate technology in the administration of justice. Over the last few decades, the distribution of information in India has accelerated. This has paved the way for court computerization pushing the Indian judicial system towards transparency and efficiency. India as a developing country has the full potential to become a techy country for which it requires proper physical infrastructure and adequate technological literacy. Setting up the Online Dispute Resolution Ecosystem is a step forward from the traditional Alternative Dispute Resolution System.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 3565 - 3572


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