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TUE 5:45 - 7:35 pm TNH 3.125

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This course will analyze the origins of arbitration, its use in dispute resolution, and the tactics for navigating arbitration.  It involves participation in the arbitration process from selection of the arbitrator, presentation of a claim and discovery, and will conclude with a mock arbitration, through the award and challenge in trial courts.  The teaching goal is to furnish students with the skills necessary to draft clauses for arbitration, engage in arbitration, and evaluate the decision to resolve disputes through arbitration.  This is a skills-oriented course that requires active participation, with the goal of understanding the choice to arbitrate.

Textbooks ( * denotes required )

Never Split the Difference : Negotiating As If Your Life Depended on It *
Voss, Christopher, Raz, Tahl, and Voss, Chris
HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 978-0-06-240780-1
See Instructor/Syllabus For Course Materials
99 Negotiating Strategies : Tips, Tactics and Techniques Used by Wall Street's Toughest Dealmakers *
Rosen, David
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 978-1-5371-1694-5


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