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Arbitration Law Preparation Strategy and Study Plan for CLAT PG 2024

Author : Reeshav Guha

Updated On : March 4, 2023


Summary: Arbitration law is a fast-growing practice area in law, and many students show interest in taking up Arbitration Law. You can do exceedingly well in this field if your strong suit is analytical thinking and smart communication. Here are a list of preparation tips and sub-topics to ace your preparations. 

Arbitration Law is one of the prominent subjects in the CLAT PG examination 2024. It accounts for twenty to thirty questions from sub-topics like

  • Section 89 of CPC
  • Section 2(1)
  • Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1966
  • other Arbitration Laws, and Section 2(1)b

The syllabus released by the agency for the CLAT PG 2024 has notified that this is a compulsory topic with good weightage. To secure high marks in the CLAT PG 2024, you should prepare all the Arbitration Law sub-topics. 

CLAT PG 2024 Important Topics: Arbitration Law

If you have applied for the upcoming CLAT PG 2024, you must prepare the topics below for the Arbitration Law. It is advisable to prepare these topics since they are limited in number and can be prepared quickly.

Check out the table below to learn about the topic-wise CLAT PG syllabus

Important concepts of Arbitration Law are as follows: 

Topics Syllabus
Section 89 of CPC
  • Counselling
  • Conciliation
  • Arbitration
  • Meditation
  • Negotiation
Section 2(1)
  • Ad hoc
  • Constitution
  • Contractual 
  • Statutory
  • Domestic
  • International
  • Foreign
Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1966
  • Foreign Awards, 1962
  • Arbitration Act, 1937
  • Arbitration Act 1940
Other Arbitration Laws
  • Conjugal Matter
  • Revenue Matter
  • Criminal Matter
  • Determination of Guardianship
  • Issues related to the company
  • Finality of Arbitration
  • Jurisdiction of Arbitration Tribunal
  • Arbitration Tribunal
  • Grounds of Arbitration Tribunal
  • Arbitration Awards
Section 2(1)b 
  • Writing
  • Agreement between parties
  • Parties between Ad-idem
  • Intention of parties

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Arbitration Law Preparation Strategy for CLAT PG 2024

CLAT PG is one of the toughest entrance examinations for admission into the LLM programs.

The syllabus of the examination is very vast. However, the candidates who are found to be using a well-drafted preparation strategy can cover the exam blues efficiently. Are you one of them?

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  • Begin by covering the bare acts for the CLAT PG examination. Try to note the important summaries of these Acts and use them to revise before the examination.
  • Identify your weakness and strength before the CLAT PG examination and work on them. Go through the syllabus and mark the laws or acts you need help to connect and work on
  • Go through the court's landmark judgments and note the important pointers. Do not read the commentaries.
  • Go through the judgment and argument put forth. 
  • Revise your notes regularly. The weightage for the question based on the Arbitration law is not mentioned. Hence it is important to cover everything before the exam.

CLAT PG Mock Tests

CLAT PG Mock Tests


Remember also to check the strategies followed by Toppers of CLAT PG and try to implement them if it works for you. 

Analyze previous year's papers and exams, collect samples and previous year's question papers and solve them. Take mock tests every week!

Read more: Best Books for CLAT PG 2024 

Frequently Asked Questions

You can check the CLAT PG exam pattern on the official brochure released by the authorities.

The main family law concepts under the CLAT PG exam are Section 89 of CPC, Section 2(1), Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1966, Other Arbitration Laws, and Section 2(1)b. 

A total of twenty-five questions are asked from the Arbitration Law section under the CLAT PG exam.
The duration of the CLAT PG program is two hours and a total of 120 questions will be asked in the exam.
The main topics asked from the Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1966 are Foreign Awards, 1962, Arbitration Act, 1937 and Arbitration Act 1940.


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