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Alternative Dispute Resolution (LAW-614-001)
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Examines various dispute resolution techniques, including negotiation, mediation, arbitration, minitrials, and negotiated rule making, as alternatives or supplements to court litigation and administrative agency adjudication. Tactical and ethical issues as well as emerging legal and public policy issues, e.g., use of mandatory arbitration clauses, will be covered, and student participatory role-plays will be used extensively to give the course a practical dimension.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Dispute Resolution --Beyond the Adversarial Model, Menkel-Meadow, ISBN: 978-0735589193, 2nd Edition, 2010, Aspen.
First Class Readings
Text Ch. 1 pages 3-47; Ch. 2 pages 49-86 Attached Syllabus is for Fall 2011 and will be essentially the same for Spring 2012
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