E-225 – Alternative Dispute Resolution & Writing
This course focuses on the various approaches to, strategies and tactics involved in, and the development of essential skills required for effective mediations, arbitrations, and negotiations (both as an advocate and a neutral). This class is experiential in nature and, thus, students participate heavily in simulations and role plays. Additionally, this course includes a significant writing component that satisfies an upper level writing requirement. Students who successfully complete all requirements of this class will earn a Mediator Certificate. Prerequisite: LWRA I & II. Limited to 20 students.
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Fisher, Getting to Yes, (Penguin 3rd Edition), ISBN: 9780143118756
Ordover, Alternatives to Litigation, (National Institute for Trial Advocacy 2nd Edition), ISBN: 9781556817496
Introduction to Alternative Dispute Resolution
Approaches to Dispute Resolution, Overview of ADR Processes
Read: Alternatives, Chapters 1 and 2; start reading Getting to Yes