Alternative Dispute Resolution

Law 219






This course examines the various alternatives to adjudication that lawyers use to help clients resolve civil disputes, including negotiation, mediation, collaborative practice, arbitration, private and public hybrids and other innovative processes. Students will learn about the theoretical basis for, and practical operation of, each process. The course will also address process design, effective advocacy in ADR settings, ethical and policy issues relevant to each process, and the relationship of ADR processes to the court system.

S. Jackson

Fall, Spring
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