Posted:DECEMBER 2016/JANUARY 2017
HALTING HARASSMENT – The realities of legally protecting women in the workplace and how to build defence against corrupt polices.
Posted: DECEMBER 2016/JANUARY 2017
Privacy, data protection and cybercrime- related issues will take on even greater importance in 2017.
Posted: Feb 2015
Today, in India, mediation is accessible largely through a court referral. We feel the time has come to expand the scope of mediation to the private space so that disputing parties are able to resolve their disputes without going to court,” says Tara Ollapally, mediator and Co-coordinator, Centre for Advanced Mediation Practice (CAMP).
Posted: 5 Nov, 2014
Source: The Weekend Leader
Laila Ollapally is not averse to picking up a fight for the sake of others. She has fought numerous legal battles through Public Interest Litigations. But she also believes in mediation.
Posted: 28 Sept, 2010
It will be 2330 by the time Indian courts, working at the current pace, clear the backlog of cases that exists today. But the judicial system has been encouraging litigants to look towards alternate dispute resolution mechanisms. One such method that is picking up converts is mediation…
Posted: 18 July, 2012
Source: The Telegraph
Laila Ollapally had seen mother and daughter-in-law tiffs earlier – but this was different… “Through mediation, it is possible to reach creative solutions to resolve cases. A court, on the other hand, would have just followed the law,” says Ollapally, about this legal process that’s gaining currency in India.
Posted: 29 May, 2012
Source: Citizen Matters
Laila Ollapally’s passion for civic matters and society comes through in every conversation with her. The same passion takes her all the way to China to do a trek at an altitude of 1800 metres..
Posted: 3 April, 2012
Source: The Hindu
The biggest advantage of resolving disputes through mediation is bringing harmony among the litigants by providing them a holistic and creative solution, and thus putting a stop to any possibility of future disputes by resolving their conflicts, says advocate Laila Ollapally..