Lawyer Bargaining (LAW-651-001)
Assessment: Take-home exam, essay questions Out-of-class projects (including role play negotiations). Class participation (includng role play negotiations). Other (weekly journals).
The course explores the attorney’s role in the resolution of disputes through nonadjudicatory processes such as negotiation, mediation, arbitration and mini-trial. The course focuses on theories underlying each form of dispute resolution and the lawyering skills necessary to implement effectively those processes. The lawyer’s role and required skills will be explored from the dual perspective of the attorney as advocate and as impartial dispute resolver.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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1. Getting to Yes, 3rd Fisher, Ury and Patton, Penguin (2011)2. Lawyer Negotiation 3rd Folberg and Golann; Aspen Publishers (2016)
First Class Readings
Getting to Yes, 3rd (entire book to be read prior to first class)Folberg Text, Chapter 1
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