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LAW 385P - Negotiations and Conflict Resolution Practicum.


This course will examine negotiation, the basic and most prevalent dispute resolution process.  The course will explore the various elements of negotiation, including interest-based, creative problem-solving and distributive aspects of negotiation.  Students will practice negotiations in collaborative and traditional negotiation settings and observe and critique demonstrations in mediation.  In addition, this course will include a skills training and self-awareness component using various conflict resolution techniques, exercises and demonstrations involving professional and personal conflict situations. Two hours. Morrison  

Note: Students may not take this course if they have taken Negotiations or Advanced Negotiations. 

 



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