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150 Place Charles-Le Moyne #200
Longueuil (Province of Quebec), Canada, J4K 0A8
www.usherbrooke.ca/droit/programmes/deuxieme-cycle-type-cours/prevention-et-reglement-des-differends-prd

Courses Offered

  • ARB 729 - Arbitration, General Practice (3 units)
  • ARB 733 - Labour Law Arbitration (3 units)
  • ARB 734 - International Arbitration (3 units)
  • MDN 719 - Mediation, General Practice (3 units)
  • MDN 721 - Advanced Mediation I (3 units)
  • MDN 722 - Advanced Mediation II (3 units)
  • MDN 723 - Organization Mediation (3 units)
  • MDN 724 - Cross-cultural Mediation (3 units)
  • NEG 712 - Negotiation, General Practice (3 units)
  • NEG 713 - Advanced Negotiation (3 units)
  • NEG 714 - International Negotiation (3 units)
  • PRD 705 - Applied Ethics and Modes of ADR (3 units)
  • PRD 712 - Reading Seminar (3 units)
  • PRD 733 - Communication Practice (3 units)
  • PRD 735 - Academic Practice (3 units)
  • PRD 736 - Comparative Practices (3 units)
  • PRD 737 - Professional Practice in ADR (3 units)
  • PRD 738 - Reflective Practice (3 units)
  • PRD 739 - Mediation Pratique (3 units)
  • PRD 752 - Governance and Modes of ADR (3 units)
  • PRD 753 - International Governance and Modes of ADR (3 units) (mandatory)
  • PRD 754 - Psychology and modes of ADR (3 units) (mandatory)
  • PRD 762 - Law and Modes of ADR (3 units) (mandatory)
  • PRD 763 - Dispute Prevention (3 units) (mandatory)
  • PRD 764 - Mindfulness and Interpersonal ADR Skills (3 units)

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Other Directory Information

  • Are any ADR courses part of a required curriculum? Yes
  • Participate in ABA ADR Competitions? No
  • ADR Certificate available? Yes
  • Advanced Degree in ADR available? Yes
  • Student Groups? No

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