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738.08 - Multiparty Mediation Program
Professor: Joseph B. Stulberg
Semester: 2010 Winter
Second Writing Requirement? Yes
Professional Responsibility? No
Means of Assessment: Paper and Class Participation
Special Notes: Limited Enrollment
This course examines the legal, ethical, and policy issues that arise when using the mediation process to resolve multi-party controversies. Students work with the professor and staff attorney as neutral interveners in the development of party engagement protocols, problem definition, and mediated negotiations for multi-party disputes. In addition to the applied work, each student must write an analytical paper that examines an important policy issue or critiques a significant work of scholarship in the field and submit several smaller writing projects. Students who have taken the Mediation Practicum/Seminar may not take this course. Students who take this course MUST have at least one afternoon and one evening free (excluding Friday) for clinic activity and must participate in the mandatory training program on Saturday, January 16, 2010 and Sunday, January 17, 2010 from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
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