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7112 - Dispute Resolution Processes: Theory & Practice
Professor: Sarah Rudolph Cole
Semester: 2012 Autumn
Second Writing Requirement? No
Professional Responsibility? No
Means of Assessment: Take- Home Exam, Simulation Drafting, and Class Participation
Dispute Resolution Processes: Theory and Practice surveys the basic processes and variations with an emphasis on the lawyer as an advocate for clients. Skill building is practiced through simulation exercises. The course is especially appropriate for a student who wants to take only a single dispute resolution course. Other students use it as an introduction to the field.
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