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|LAW 797I - Environmental Law Seminar: Environmental Dispute Resolution (Skills)|
Through mock negotiations, mediations, facilitations, and consensus-building exercises, this course will emphasize the skills used by neutral third parties and legal counsel for the parties to resolve disputes. This course will emphasize the role of legal advisors for each party in a problem-solving climate created by a third party neutral. A major focus of this course is transmission of the skills used by lawyers to transform adversarial interactions into collaborative interactions. It will include consideration of a number of factors in addition to the law that must be considered in resolving environmental interest disputes.
Prerequisite: Environmental Dispute Resolution (Theory) or Permission of Professor
Enrollment capped at 16.
2.000 Credit hours
2.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Law-JD, Law-LLM, Law-SJD
Schedule Types: Seminar
Law-JD level LAW 797J Minimum Grade of D
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