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MON 5:55 - 7:45 pm TNH 3.124

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This course will analyze the origins of arbitration, its use in dispute resolution, and explore tactics for navigating arbitration.  It involves active class participation designed to mimic the arbitration process: drafting and negotiating arbitration clauses; selecting the arbitrator; presenting a claim; and will conclude with a mock arbitration. The teaching goal is to prepare students for drafting clauses for arbitration, engaging in arbitration, and evaluating the decision to resolve disputes through arbitration from the perspective of practicing attorneys and arbitrators.

Textbooks ( * denotes required )

Arbitration Advocacy *
Cooley, John W. and Lubet, Steven
Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. , edition: 2
ISBN: 978-1-55681-799-1


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Important Class Changes

Date Updated
10/03/2023 Experiential credit changed