HS 305F — Advanced Mediation, Skills, and Practice

Meets for one-half semester and yields half-course credit.

Designed for students wanting to develop deeper intellectual, analytical, and professional skills in the areas of domestic and international mediation. The sessions are particularly focused on disputes or conflicts that introduce the involvement of multi-party and multi-issue dynamics. This necessarily involves increased levels of complexity while still supported by many of the basic foundational principles learned in the introductory mediation course. Usually offered every year.
Mr. Johnson