Alternative Dispute Resolution (LAW-614-002)
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This course aims to combines theory, law and skills and introduce students to the principles of Alternative Dispute Resolution and strategies to advance the interest of clients. This class will explore the role of a lawyer in negotiation, mediation and arbitration. The class will consist of discussions of readings. lectures and skills exercise and students will consistently engage in class exercises and role plays. There will be guest speakers who are negotiators, mediators and arbitrators. Towards the end of the class, there will be a negotiation, mediation and arbitration simulation, where you will have the opportunity to negotiate, mediate, arbitrate, represent clients, be clients and observe role plays. This class will fulfill your experiential skills requirement.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Required Text: Resolving Disputes: Theory, Practice, and Law – 3rd Edition Folberg, Golann, Stipanowich & Kloppenberg, Aspen Publishers (2016)
First Class Readings
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