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Sriram Panchu on how he pioneered mediation practice in India

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Sriram Panchu is the pioneer of mediation in India. He spoke to us about his student days, early career, introduction to mediation as a viable form of alternative dispute resolution, his work in setting up the first mediation centre in the Madras High Court with the help of Justice Katju and helping develop mediation practice in India. Published on November 15, 2010.

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