Fall 2019 • Law 610 • Credits: 3
Instructor: Jeslyn Everitt
An introductory exploration of mediation as a method of dispute resolution. Explores common bargaining dynamics arising between disputants and various approaches mediators adopt in trying to address those dynamics. Aims to improve student skills at recognizing and managing the risks and opportunities mediation presents for practicing lawyers. Includes multiple written assignments and applied exercises.
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