Indian Arbitation Society
Established in 2019, Indian Arbitration Society (IAS) seeks to be an association of law students across the world, interested in the field of Arbitration. IAS aims to create an Arbitration Research Network for young practitioners and students, providing an active platform to conduct research and address existing issues in the field of arbitration. Despite being the most preferred dispute settlement mechanism, Arbitration has not been without issues that hamper its efficiency and threaten to dilute its benefits. The primary aim of IAS is to lend a closer look to these issues that persist in Domestic and International arbitration and attempt to devise potential solutions in that regard.
The IAS draws inspiration from various arbitration communities for young practitioners such as Young MCIA, YIAG, ICCA , etc. However, the Indian Arbitration Society aims to act as a research community, solely for law students from all over the world. We intend to supplement the good work being done by organisations worldwide by conducting active research on issues that persist in International Arbitration.
Indian Arbitration Society (IAS) seeks to be an association of students interested in the field of International Arbitration. IAS aims to create an International Arbitration Research Network, exclusively for law students across the globe and provide interested individuals a platform to conduct research to address existing issues in the field of International arbitration. Despite being the most preferred dispute settlement mechanism, Arbitration is plagued with several issues that hamper its efficiency and dilute its benefits. The primary aim of IAS is to analyse the issues that persist in International arbitration and devise potential solutions in that regard. In order to truly realise our potential and further the mission of IAS, we are visiting various universities across Asia to discuss and deliberate upon the contemporary issues in International Arbitration and its relevance to Asian countries.
International Arbitration Research Network