TCC ADR Centre holds meeting with Umar Azmeh firm Qatar International Court and Dispute Resolution Centre (QIFCDRC), facilitated by President Rt. Hon. The Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd


QATAR - Mian Sheraz Javaid, Chair of TCC ADR Centre, met with Umar Azmeh, registrar of the Qatar International Court and Dispute Resolution Centre (QICDRC), the meeting, which was kindly facilitated by Rt. Hon. The Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, President of QIFCDRC, entailed a vibrant exchange of ideas and visions for the future of ADR in their respective countries and beyond.

QIFCDRC envisions upholding the rule of law and global best practices. Specialized in the resolution of civil and commercial disputes, it aims to be a leading International Court for Qatar and the surrounding regions. The Centre is committed to delivering justice that is not only fair but also cost-effective and efficient.

The belief is strong that QIFCDRC holds the potential to emerge as an epi-center for dispute resolution. Through its aim of fair, cost-effective, and efficient delivery of justice, it is poised to become a world-class international court. The systems and practices in place at QICDRC are a testament to its capability to achieve this vision.

Pakistan stands to learn greatly from institutions such as QICDRC, particularly in terms of case management and hearing systems. The efficiency and effectiveness demonstrated by QICDRC can serve as a model for enhancing the ADR landscape in Pakistan, thereby contributing to a more robust judicial system.

Both parties expressed a strong desire to forge collaborations in the future to achieve mutual objectives. The focus is not just on enhancing ADR in their respective countries but also in the broader regions of South Asia and the Middle East. The spirit of collaboration was palpable, and the intent was clear: to work together for the greater good.

The meeting was underlined with the utmost spirit of collaboration to advance ADR and global best practices. One of the key aspects discussed was the pairing of dispute resolution training with the existing systems, thereby creating a holistic approach to ADR. The dedication of both TCC ADR Centre and Umar Azmeh to advancing ADR is commendable. Their expertise and vision will undoubtedly continue to drive positive change within their countries and potentially set a precedent for international collaboration in the field of ADR.

TCC ADR Centre’s efforts in communicating and collaborating with international ADR centers like QICDRC are noteworthy. His proactive approach aims to unite different ADR practices for the advancement of global best practices. It’s not just about learning; it’s about contributing to a global dialogue on effective dispute resolution.

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