Laila and Tara Ollapally Interview – Mediation in India

This video is presented as part of Mediate.com’s 25th Anniversary Conference at www.mediate.com/Mediation2020.

Laila Ollapaly and Tara Ollapally Interview

Recorded by Clare Fowler on February 28, 2020

Laila Ollapally has been searching for a better method to resolve conflicts her whole life. After working in the legal field and the trial wait times, she began looking into mediation. She founded Bangalore Mediation Centre.

Tara Ollapally followed in her mother's footsteps and founded CAMP Mediation Centre.

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Laila Ollapally

Laila Ollapally is a member of the MediateIndia! Advisory Board. Laila is a full-time mediator and founder of the Centre of Advanced Mediation Practice (CAMP), a pioneering private mediation initiative in Bangalore, India. Established in 2015, CAMP seeks to promote mediation as a form of Alternate Dispute Resolution. Ms. Ollapally… MORE >

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Tara Ollapally

Tara Ollapally is a member of the MediateIndia! Advisory Board. Tara co-founded Centre for Advanced Mediation Practice to promote a ‘user friendly’ framework of dispute resolution which facilitates greater autonomy, is cheaper, less formal, procedurally simple and available with minimal delay. Conflict, a natural consequence of human relationships, has the… MORE >

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