Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative dispute resolution addresses the various formal, informal, public, and private processes and systems by which parties can addresses civil conflicts outside of the judicial system. Students interested in dispute resolution should consider courses that examine the theory and skills associated with informal conflict resolution, including arbitration, mediation, and negotiation.

K. Stone

Arbitration has become an important aspect of legal practice in such disparate fields as securities regulation, commercial law, employment law, family law, labor law, medical malpractice,...

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Prescription drugs and medical devices dominate the news. Whether through breakthrough medical advances in areas such as orthopedics, obstetrics, cardiology, oncology, or a variety of psychiatric...

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G. Orren

Whether our goal is to convince one person in a face-to-face encounter, influence a group, sway an entire organization, or win over the public, persuasion lies at the heart of our personal and...

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R. Feldman D. Lanning F. Mosten E. Scully

Mediation is a central aspect of lawyers' work in many contexts, including litigation, transactional, private and public sector. This course combines a theoretical exploration of mediation as an...

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F. Mosten

This course will examine cutting edge developments, lawyering roles, and practice skills that are necessary to prepare law students for a successful career to serve families using a non-adversarial...

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