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Tulane Law School strives to create opportunities that enhance our students' practical skillsets in order to better prepare them for their jobs following law school. Through partnerships with local legal professionals, alumni, employers and law school faculty, Tulane Law works to supplement the classroom experience with programs such as Intersession "Boot Camp", externships, judicial clerkships and pro bono opportunities.

Mediation Seminar

Course Description
This course will expose students to the process of mediation as a dispute resolution mechanism.  The first three classes will focus on unassisted negotiation in order to lay a foundation for the study of mediation or assisted negotiation.  Through the use of simulation techniques, classroom discussion, and review of videotapes, the students examine various analytical models and explore many of the contexts in which mediation may be used.  Dean Jackson plans to invoke a rule penalizing students for lack of preparedness and/or excessive absenteeism.  NOTE:  Students who accept a place in Dean Jackson’s Mediation seminar can not drop after the first week of class.  (IMPORTANT:  The rules for seminar registration apply to this course).  NOTE: Students who take and receive credit in Mediation are not allowed to receive credit in the Berlin summer abroad Intercultural Negotiation and Mediation course.  (3 credits)
Upcoming Semester Offered
Not Currently Scheduled

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6329 Freret Street
New Orleans, LA 70118
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fax 504.862.8373

Admission Contact:
Office of Admission
Weinmann Hall, Suite 203
6329 Freret Street
New Orleans, LA 70118
tel 504.865.5930
fax 504.865.6710

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