Sundra Rajoo returns to helms AIAC

Datuk Professor Sundra Rajoo

KUALA LUMPUR: The Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC) has appointed Datuk Professor Sundra Rajoo as director for the 2023 to 2025 term.

Sundra’s appointment by the Malaysian Government with the consent of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organisation (AALCO) is a testament to his remarkable achievements and contributions to the ADR field.

“The Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) professionals, associations and institutions from the industry are pleased to announce their joint congratulatory message to Sundra Rajoo on his appointment,” it said in a statement.

The participating organisations, which include the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) Malaysia Chapter, Sports Law Association of Malaysia (SLAM), Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators (MIArb), Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) Malaysia, Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) Malaysia, Society of Construction Law (SCL) Malaysia, Association of Construction Project Managers Malaysia (ACPM), L2 i-CON international, and Legal Plus, are confident that Sundra appointment will have a positive impact on the ADR community in Malaysia and the region.

“His leadership will enable AIAC to continue its mission to promote and facilitate ADR in Malaysia and abroad,” ADR said.

“The joint message emphasised the commitment of the ADR industry to work closely with AIAC under Sundra’s leadership, to strengthen cooperation and understanding between AIAC and all sectors of the ADR practice.

“The participating organisations are looking forward to contributing to the growth and development of AIAC as one of the foremost ADR centres in the region and internationally,” it added.

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