703 - Legal Negotation
Professor: Ted L. Ramirez
Semester: 2008 Autumn
Second Writing? Yes
Professional Responsibility? No
SEMINAR CREDIT CONDITIONAL. Study of the theory, law, and practice of transactional and settlement negotiations. Selected topics include: relationship of bargaining concepts to democratic theory; adversarial versus problem-solving negotiating frameworks; distributive versus integrative negotiating issues; comparison of bargaining dynamics and advocate strategies deployed in 2-party negotiations and multi-party negotiations; representing clients in a facilitated negotiation; and ethical dilemmas for negotiators. Class structure blends large class meetings with small section format; small sections are led by adjunct professors with experience in dispute resolution. Participation in the negotiation competition (Fall) and Representation in Mediation Competition (Spring) are required components of the course. Targeted simulations will occur during the scheduled class time.
- PAPER AND SIMULATED NEGOTIATIONS
- SATISFIES SECOND WRITING REQUIREMENT
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