2018 COURSE PROGRAM [Tentative dates]
001 Arbitration & Dispute Resolution – 18-19 January 2018
002 International Commercial Mediation – 2 February 2018
003 Alternative Dispute Resolution – 16 February 2018
004 Basic Workplace Mediation – March 2018 (TBA)
005 Corporate Governance Disputes/Board Disputes – 9 March 2018
006 Arbitration: Law and Practice – 23 March 2018
007 Adjudication: Practical Skills – March 2018 (TBA)
008 Masterclass in Commercial Mediation – 12-13 April 2018
009 Mediation Advocacy Skills – 25 May 2018
010 Online Dispute Resolution – 31 May 2018
011 Domain Name Dispute Resolution - 15 June 2018
012 International Arbitration: Practical Skills (in collaboration with KOVE Global- India) July 2018 (TBA – 3 Days)
013 Introduction to Environmental Dispute Resolution – August 2018
014 ADR Advocacy & Ethics – September 2018
015 Dispute Management in Contracts – October 2018
016 Introduction to Expert Determination - January & November 2018
OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS
101 2018 ADR Roundtabe – TBA
102 Corporate Counsel Forum 2018 – TBA
103 African Domain Name Dispute Resolution Symposium – TBA
104 Dispute Resolution in the Oil and Gas Industry – TBA
105 Workplace Conflict Conference – Mid 2018
@theEAWomenLawyersConference Entebbe 16 Nov 2017
Digital Lawyer: Establishing Routines (By Madeline Kimei)
I have a strong liking for innovation and due to this I have embarked on and developed several platforms aimed at changing the ways people approach complaints, disputes and workplace issues and thus improving access to justice. In 2015, I launched an online dispute resolution platform tagged “iResolve” (www.iresolve.co.tz). This e-platform is an attempt of embracing the new breed of virtual law offices where through tech your client engagement is just a click of a button! Due in 2018 is e-Worksolutions which is specifically designed to tackle the challenges of ensuring compliance to applicable labor laws.
It is true to say that we work in a dynamic world,.. “the Times a-changing” an article on lexology recently, which talked about why women need to support the digital revolution. You can see today’s young lawyers are leveraging their undeniable advantage: they’re considerably more tech-savvy than their senior Counsel, having grown up in the Golden Age of the Internet, smartphones, social media, and self-published content. Continue reading →
VOTE OF THANKS GIVEN BY THE VICE-CHAIR, ADV. MADELINE KIMEI AT THE TANZANIA INSTITUTE OF ARBITRATORS 8TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ON THE 9 NOVEMBER 2017, LUTHER HOUSE, MVIRINGO HALL IN DAR ES SALAAM
Honorable Justice Rose Teemba, who is here today in the absence of our Honorable Chief Justice Professor Ibrahim Juma, Chairman, Distinguished Council and members of the Institute, Ladies and Gentlemen, good morning. My job is the pleasurable one of just saying thanks.
Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others
Showing gratitude because, we do know that all things in life are a result of some collaborative effort, whether directly or indirectly, intentional or not. The Tanzania Institute of Arbitrators is no exception.
My first vote of thanks is to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to the Guest of Honor, Honorable Justice Rose Teemba for her presence here today at our 8th AGM. Continue reading →
VOTE OF THANKS AT THE TANZANIA INSTITUTE OF ARBITRATORS INAUGURAL ANNUAL ARBITRATION CONFERENCE HELD ON 8TH NOVEMBER 2017 AT LUTHER HOUSE, MVIRINGO HALL – DAR ES SALAAM
Honorable Respected Prof. Gamalieli Mgongo Fimbo, Mr Chairman, our most valued invited members, participants, senior advocates among us and aspiring arbitrators here together, ladies and gentlemen! It’s my privilege to have been asked to propose a vote of thanks on this inaugural annual arbitration conference.
I wish to convey our deep appreciation to our Guest of Honor, Professor Fimbo for kindly accepting our invitation and gracing the inaugural function. He, being one of the founding members of our Institute we feel privileged to have him here to share with us his experiences during the last 20+ since the birth of the institute. He has presented to us a lot to think about specifically the challenges and the need to review the Arbitration Act cap 15 of 2002. Actually, this act is ancient and in my opinion, there is need for a total overhaul of the Act to align it to international standards that will make it friendlier for the end users, such as that of the UNCITRAL Model Law. Also for us to enhance the use and application of arbitration in TANZANIA we need to ensure there are arbitration clauses in commercial contracts and also employment contracts as presented by Professor Fimbo in his address. Continue reading →
by Madeline C. Kimei
Our approach on domain names dispute cannot continue and, it is a matter of time, before the domain name space becomes an exclusive territory, populated by trademarks. There is a need to embrace and take ownership of the African domain name space and to achieve this specifically for Tanzania is to increase the number of domains registered under .tz. The more domain names exist, the more disputes arise, but there is no .tz domain name disputes that have been resolved entirely. In most cases, the requested party always demands an unreasonable large fee for transferring the domain name in question during amicable settlement efforts. If he does not accept that proposal, the complainant is forced to either submit to the UDRP procedure or at most times seek relief in courts of law or let go of the domain, which is what we witness in the continent.
Kimei, Madeline, 3045156 (September 29, 2017). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3045156
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