This course features national and international scholars who introduce candidates to theories of disputing and dispute resolution processes from a variety of perspectives, and showcases some of the issues that will be explored in greater depth in subsequent units. These include how conflict develops and evolves; personality and conflict; gender and conflict; an introduction to negotiation theory and practice; the role of lawyers in negotiation and mediation processes; and an introduction to a broad spectrum of dispute resolution processes. The course uses a variety of teaching methods, with an emphasis on experiential exercises, simulations and games.
Anti-requisite: LAW 6300P - Introduction to Dispute Resolution
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Course Section: A
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- Copy of Current NCA Assessment (if applicable)
- Proof of Language Proficiency (if applicable)
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Decisions are issued approximately two weeks after the application deadline.
For the Winter 2021 intake, the deadline for application for Single LLM Courses is July 26, 2020. Applications for Summer 2021 will open December 2020.
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