LAW 2710 - Negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution, an International Perspective
This one-credit course will expose students to negotiation theory and practice in the international setting. The course will then build on the students’ understanding of negotiation to introduce them to systems of conflict resolution interventions by examining a case study of specific cross-border disputes and comparing it to a domestic, court-connected ADR system. The course is designed to provide the students with an understanding of negotiation that will be needed for the co-required one credit course titled Negotiation and Mediation Advocacy in the Health Law Context: a Comparative Perspective that will be taught as the second component of the Pisa program: it will ask the students to consider what they learned in the international setting about negotiation theory and advocacy and apply it within a comparative health law setting, which is the area of emphasis in the second week of the Pisa program.
Prerequisites & Notes
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