International Centre for Appropriate Dispute Resolution & Prevention

sturcture

Given the legal requirement that a potential government designated Centre be registered as a private limited company and difficulties surrounding the incorporation of non-profits in Pakistan and significant delays extending to three years or more in registering a non-profit, ICADRP will be incorporated as a Limited Liability Company; with Dr. Nudrat Ejaz Piracha, Mr. Farrukh K. Qureshi, Mr. Rashid Ibrahim, and Mr. Hamid Farooq  as the directors and promoters. The profits of the Centre will be used to further the objectives of the Centre.

The creation of an effective management structure is perhaps one of the most challenging issues faced by law companies today. The operational management of the Center will be governed by a Management Team, which will consist of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and directors. The Chair of the Center will be the Chair of the Management Team.

ICADRP is structured, so it will have Dr. Piracha as the CEO responsible for arbitrations and ADR issues and consultations, managing the overall operations of the Centre, and will therefore be designated as the managing partner.

ICADRP is structured, so it will have Dr. Piracha as the CEO responsible for arbitrations and ADR issues and consultations, managing the overall operations of the Centre, and will therefore be designated as the managing partner.

International Centre for Appropriate Dispute Resolution & Prevention

ORGANIZATION CAPACITY

ICADRP will benefit from its alliance with the Weinstein Foundation and Septantrio Global Consulting (Samdani & Qureshi), Pakistan, carrying forward the legacy of Samdani & Qureshi, which is a leader in arbitrations in Pakistan, renowned for its integrity, credibility, competence, and experience stretching over 35 years. Besides, ICADRP will ally with existing Pakistani centers, mediation association, NGOs providing limited mediation or ADR services, Weinstein Fellows and centers comprising of these Fellows, organizations like Arbitral Women, and non-profit organizations working for access to justice, promoting democracy, and women in ADR, to create robust regional and international alliances. In the near future, ICADRP intends to ally with the government and bar councils.

International Centre for Appropriate Dispute Resolution & Prevention

Icadrp committee

The Management Team, consisting of the CEO and directors, monitors the compliance of the Rules of organization and procedure of the Center. The Management Team organizes meetings with the leadership of the non-profit organizations, government institutions, and chief justices of the courts in connection with the financing and facilitation of the work of the Center.

The Management Team assists and monitor the activity of preparation, dissemination, and/or publication of information for the Center. It also organizes information seminars for judges, mediators, court staff, and/or other stakeholders to promote ADR. The Management Team creates alliances and maintain contacts with other centers and alliances with ADR organizations and organize joint activities.

Under the Management, are eight committees, each of whom are responsible for looking after their specific areas, i.e., Women in ADR, Private ADR, Tax ADR, Court Annexed ADR, Court Case Management, Community ADR, ADR for Law Enforcement Agencies, Lobbying Legislation, dissemination of Information, Training, and Workshops. The Committees implements decisions of the Management Team.

An organogram of the management structure is presented below:

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The Centre is registered in Islamabad to cater for the needs of the Federal Capital Territory and will extend to the twin city, Rawalpindi.

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