ODR has the potential to disentangle the justice delivery mechanism: Justice DY Chandrachud at launch of ODR Handbook by Agami, NITI Aayog

The Supreme Court judge was speaking at the launch of the first of its kind Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) Handbook in India by Agami along with NITI Aayog, Omidyar Network India and others.
Justice DY Chandrachud
Justice DY Chandrachud

Justice DY Chandrachud on Saturday spoke about the role of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) in easing the burden on the courts and improving access to justice for citizens.

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