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ADRC, BCLR, LELR, LSIM, LTPR, LWSK, LWY
Through discussion, simulations, and role-play, this course focuses on the structure and goals of the mediation process and the skills and techniques mediators use to aid parties in overcoming barriers to dispute resolution. The course also examines the underlying negotiation orientations and strategies that mediators may confront and employ, the roles of attorneys and clients, dealing with difficult people and power imbalances, cultural considerations, and ethical issues for lawyers and mediators. In addition, special attention is devoted to the art of successful representation of clients in mediation. This course will meet the requirements of the Minnesota Supreme Court to be included on the Court's Roster of Qualified Neutrals. Students may not enroll in this class if they have completed Mediation and Other Methods to Foster Democratic Dialogue (Budapest Study Abroad Program) or Family Mediation. Every Year Course
Coben, James, "LAW9623-1.Mediation.Su14.Coben,James" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 3417.