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    Hofstra University
   
 
  Oct 20, 2017
 
 
    
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LAW 2769 - Advanced Mediation Seminar


Students in this course read studies by prominent mediation researchers and theorists, view tapes, read transcripts of actual mediation sessions and observe simulated mediation. Class lectures and discussions use these materials as a basis for close examination of questions about the use of mediation in general, the specific practices that mediators employ in current practice, the possibilities of alternative approaches to mediation theory and practice, and the philosophical premises that underlie both theory and practice. This intense examination of the theory, practice and premises of mediation is used to raise larger questions about the nature of conflict and dispute resolution, and the relation of dispute resolution processes and institutions to broader societal value frameworks and world views.

Credits: 2 or 3


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