Alternative Dispute Resolution (LAW-614-001)
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This Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Law course addresses a range of topical issues in the three principal ADR frameworks, i.e., Negotiation, Mediation and Arbitration, and includes domestic and international aspects of each. The class stimulates learning in ADR via reading of the course text and other materials, participation in negotiation and mediation role plays, viewing of ADR practice videos, and class lectures by the professor with participation by students. In addition to Negotiation, Mediation and Arbitration, additional ADR areas are addressed briefly as well (e.g., Negotiated Rulemaking).
Class requirements include a 20-page paper---the professor is open to using this ADR Law course to fulfill the Upper Level Writing Requirement---and class participation.
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