Mediation and Arbitration Clinic and Seminar | L4430/L4803
A course offering clinical experience in both mediation and arbitration. The student learns mediation skills, performs mediation simulations, and mediates actual cases. Students are oriented to the role of arbitrator, perform arbitration simulations, and attend actual arbitrations. By gaining experience in both roles, students learn which process to choose for resolving a particular dispute. In addition, students learn lawyering skills such as communication, negotiation, problem solving, and drafting agreements. Application must be sent to the Student Law Office for admission to this course.
Prerequisites: Permission of faculty supervisor.
Credit Hours: 2 in-class and 3 out-of-class credit hours
ULW: This course does not satisfy the Upper Level Writing requirement (ULW)