International Negotiations and Dispute Resolution (4567)

This interactive, hands-on negotiation and dispute resolution course will focus on cross-cultural elements of negotiating and resolving conflict, different negotiation strategies across the world, and a survey of global dispute resolution mechanisms. The course is a concentrated one-week course toward the end of summer, and has in the past co-enrolled Mitchell students with visiting law students from other countries. Regardless of the whether or not visiting students will be attending this year, participants of this class will gain first-hand experience negotiating deals and disputes across cultures.

Grades will be assigned based on class participation and a final paper following the class sessions.

Grading: Letter-graded

Prerequisite(s): None

Credits: 2

Offered: Summer


Subject Areas:
International and Comparative Law:: edit ::

Taught by: Jim Hilbert

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