Laila Ollapally E1596434377207

Laila Ollapally

Founder and Chairman
Lead Mediator @ CAMP

Practiced in the High Court of Karnataka and Supreme Court of India for nearly 30 years and entered the field of Mediation in 2007.  Full Time mediator since 2015. 


Founding Coordinator of the Bangalore Mediation Centre. 


Founded CAMP Arbitration & Mediation Practice in 2015, a  pioneering Mediation Service Provider. 


Mediated over 600 complex civil and commercial disputes including, partnership,  property, family business, IP, breach of contract, landlord-tenant, company, shareholder,  employment, workplace, sexual harassment, money recovery, sports, maritime and  matrimonial. 


Nominated to ‘The International Who’s Who of Legal Commercial Mediation 2019 and  as a Global leader in Mediation for 2020’. 


Serves on the panel of Mediators of Singapore International Mediation Centre, American Arbitration Association- International Centre for Dispute Resolution (AAA-ICDR) and  other domestic and international panels. She is an International Mediation Institute (IMI) certified Mediator & a Weinstein Fellow with JAMS Foundation (USA).


Member of the Board of International Mediation Institute (IMI) and Member of the  International Advisory Board of the Global Mediation Panel, UNDP.

Trained in Mediation by the High Court of Karnataka. Advanced Mediation Training at  Harvard Law School, Stanford Law School and Straus Institute for Dispute resolution at  Pepperdine University and International Summer School on Business Mediation, Austria.  Visiting scholar at Stanford Law School. 


Trains extensively on Mediation and Negotiation. 


Co-Mediated cases with former Judges of the Supreme Court of India.


Member of the Sub-Committee constituted by the Supreme Court of India to Prepare the  National Mediation Training Manual. Co-Authored the Bangalore Mediation Centre  Training Manual. Published widely in Newspapers, Law Journals, and other Publications.


Member of the Committee constituted by the Mediation and Conciliation Project  Committee (MCPC) of the Supreme Court of India, to make recommendations for a draft  legislation for Mediation in India.