This course examines the negotiation process engaged in by lawyers. It is intended to increase a student's understanding of that process and to develop his/her skills as a negotiator. Experts in various fields discuss negotiations as they apply in those areas of the law. Students engage in mock negotiations in a variety of contexts, such as divorce, real estate, contracts, commercial law, labor law, and criminal law. Not all instructors cover each of these areas of substantive law, and different instructors emphasize different areas of substantive law.
|Course #:||LAW 429|
|Course Type:||JD Litigation or Practice Skills|
|Area of Study:||Entertainment Law, Family Law, Law, Government and Regulation, Personal Injury Law|
|Credit Hours:||Two credit hours.|