Mediation - LAW 779

2-3 Hours

This course identifies how mediation fits within the existing dispute resolution process; it analyzes the component parts of mediation; it analyzes the mutuality of negotiations, as well as analyzing the strategies and hurdles of two-party and multiparty mediations. The course usually employs role-play of mediations to demonstrate the techniques used in mediations. Generally offered once a year.

Spring 2017 Section 001
Professor William Ratliff
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Fall 2015 Section 001
Professor William Ratliff
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Fall 2014 Section 001
Professor William Ratliff
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Summer 2014 Section 001
Professor Noah Funderburg
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Fall 2013 Section 001
Professor William Ratliff
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Summer 2013 Section 001
Professor Noah Funderburg
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Fall 2012 Section 001
Professor William Ratliff
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Summer 2012 Section 001
Professor Noah Funderburg
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Summer 2011 Section 001
Professor Noah Funderburg
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Fall 2010 Section
Professor William Ratliff
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