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D-622 – Mediation


2 Credits

An exploration of the theoretical and practical aspects of negotiating and mediating transactions and disputes in our legal system. Students will, through the study of negotiation and mediation theory, develop an understanding of the context in which particular negotiation and mediation strategies and tactics are successfully employed, resolve ethical issues, and develop proficiency in negotiation and mediation both as an advocate and a neutral.(Pass/Fail) Limited to 18 students.

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