- Schedule of Classes - February 25, 2020 7:14PM EST
- Course Catalog - February 25, 2020 7:14PM EST
Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2019-2020.
The course is designed to be a practice-based seminar for students who have interest in arbitration, mediation and third party procedures. Classroom discussion and reading will focus on labor and employment arbitration and mediation cases. Significant class time will be spent with students preparing and participating in arbitration and mediation scrimmages with their classmates to foster a deep understanding of how advocates prepare and present cases and how arbitrators decide them. The effectiveness of arbitration and mediation as a technique for resolving conflict will be assessed and lessons will be drawn about the practices used by advocates, neutrals and parties.
When Offered Spring.
Seven Week - Second. Combined with: ILRLR 6019
Credits and Grading Basis
2 Credits GradeNoAud(Letter grades only (no audit))
Class Number & Section Details
- Mar 11 - May 5, 2020
Gallin Procida, E
This course has the purpose of linking classroom discussion and analysis of arbitration, and related dispute resolution techniques with opportunities for students to participate and observe arbitration cases conducted under the auspices of the Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution. The course is designed to be an advanced seminar for ILR graduate and undergraduate and Cornell law students who have a serious interest in working in arbitration, mediation, or other third-party procedures. Classroom discussions and readings will focus on labor arbitration (i.e., the use of arbitration in unionized settings) and employment arbitration (i.e., the use of arbitration in cases involving nonunion employees). Several sessions of the course will be devoted to the use of dispute resolution in other arenas, including commercial and securities disputes. The effectiveness of arbitration as techniques for resolving conflict will be assessed and lessons will be drawn about the best practices used by neutrals, advocates and parties
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