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738.09 - Mediation Practicum
Professor: Ellen E. Deason
Semester: 2010 Autumn
Second Writing Requirement? Yes
Professional Responsibility? No
Special Notes: Limited Enrollment; Students must be available to attend the two-day mediation training on Saturday, August 29 and Sunday, August 30
This seminar/practicum combines critical study of the legal, ethical, and policy issues surrounding mediation theory and practice with the opportunity for students to develop skills as a mediator. Each student will mediate disputes at the Franklin County Municipal Court for about 3 hours per week, for seven weeks, under the supervision of the staff attorney. Each student will write and present a substantial research paper. Students who have taken the Multi-Party Mediation Practicum may not take this course. Two scheduling requirements are mandatory for all enrolled students: (1) students must have at least one afternoon (excluding Friday) free each week for clinic
activity; and (2) students must be available for mediation training on Saturday August 28 and Sunday August 29.
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