|Course Name||The Theory and Practice of Dispute Resolution|
|Course Code||ALDR 6301|
|Pre/Anti-requisites||This course is only open to LLM students in the Dispute Resolution program. Anti-requisite: LAW 6301 - The Theory and Practice of Dispute Resolution|
Students will be intensively exposed to a broad range of topics in the field. Topics include: adjudication and problem-solving; how the legal system understands conflict; a range of alternate theoretical models for analyzing and responding to conflict; conflict escalation and de-escalation; the impact of race, gender and cultural norms on conflict analysis; and evaluation of a range of negotiation theories, strategies and negotiator styles; philosophies, theories and styles of mediation; mediator neutrality; ethical issues in negotiation and mediation; power in negotiation and mediation; the role of the lawyer as negotiator and mediation advocate; hybrid processes for dispute resolution; designing dispute resolution processes; and the future of ADR.
|CPD Hours||Eligible LSO CPD: 8.75h Substantive; 3.25h Professionalism Professional LLM courses may be eligible for CPD/MCLE credits in other Canadian jurisdictions hours. To inquire about hours and credit eligibility, please email firstname.lastname@example.org|
All courses and schedules are subject to change.