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Summer 2019
LAW742  AS  MEDIATION

Course Description
This seminar examines mediation theory and practice from the perspective of the Florida mediator. A variety of simulations, exercises and role-plays will be employed, along with readings, to encourage a critical assessment of mediation concepts and practices. Mediation skills will be taught and practiced. Topics to be covered include history of mediation, ethical issues in mediation, how to remain neutral, bringing parties to agreement, dealing with power imbalances and the lawyer's role in the mediation process. Each student will participate in exercises at various stages of the mediation process. Class attendance is mandatory and participation will be considered in computing the student's grade. This course will meet over 4 Saturdays in July (see schedule below).

Course Schedule
Offering Dates: 05-13-2019 - 07-24-2019  

Dates Day Time Room
06-15-2019 - 06-15-2019   S  9:30 AM-12:30 PM A216B
06-15-2019 - 06-15-2019   S  1:30 PM-4:30 PM A216B
06-22-2019 - 06-22-2019   S  9:30 AM-12:30 PM A216B
06-22-2019 - 06-22-2019   S  1:30 PM-4:30 PM A216B
06-29-2019 - 06-29-2019   S  9:30 AM-12:30 PM A216B
06-29-2019 - 06-29-2019   S  1:30 PM-4:30 PM A216B
07-06-2019 - 07-06-2019   S  9:30 AM-4:30 PM A216B
07-06-2019 - 07-06-2019   S  1:30 PM-4:30 PM A216B

Course Frequency
This course is usually offered every semester

Course Information

Credits: 2
Pass/Fail Option: Yes
Prerequisite:
Grading: Graded
Method of Evaluation: The final grade shall be as follows: 60% for the Final mock mediation conducted by each individual and 40% for the written paper based upon observation of an actual mediation. However, participation in class exercises will be considered in computing the student's final grade in the event of borderline students.
Graduation Requirements Fulfilled By Course:
Skills Requirement
Special Attributes:
Compressed Course
Course Delivery:

Special Restrictions:
Law Track(s):
Litigation - Specialized
Bar Subject(s):
NEW YORK SKILLS
Concentration(s):
Litigation & Dispute Resolution (Concentration)   More information
Social Justice & Public Interest (Area of Focus)   More information
Social Justice & Public Interest (Concentration)   More information
Course Book(s):
Textbook Required:
No     
First Class Assignment(s):
  • Assignment: There will not be a first class assignment for this course.

    Material:
    There will not be a textbook required for this course.

    TWEN/Blackboard/Course Webpage Link:
    https://lawschool.westlaw.com/manage/HomePage.aspx?courseID=271877

    Additional Information:
    The Syllabus and course materials packet are available for purchase at the Copy Center for students who wish to have a hard copy of the materials. Note: The Copy Center will accept cash, check, or money deposited into your Cane card, but will not accept debit or credit cards. All of the class materials are also available on the TWEN course page. Please be sure to register.
      

 
Professor(s)

SEITLIN, JANET


Biography
Contact Information:
Email: seitlinlaw@att.net
Phone: 305-470-5826