Alternative Dispute Resolution - Clinic (5036LAW)

THIS COURSE IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE SEMESTER 1 2016. Alternative Dispute Resolution - Clinic combines intensive teaching of the principles related to various forms of alternative dispute resolution with a clinical component with students completing work for the Dispute Resolution Branch (DR Branch) of the Queensland Department of Justice. The initial classroom component of the subject is taught intensively during Orientation Week with substantial involvement from the mediator trainers from the DR Branch. This teaching will make extensive use of simulation exercises with student performance being critiqued in detail. Students will then participate in groups of three in month long placements with the DR Branch. Students will also participate in monthly seminars at which they will present papers on issues raised by their placements. NOTE: Enrolment in this course is by successful selection in the ballot process. Information on application process is available at the Griffith Law School Organisation site on Learning@Griffith. Prerequisite: Students must be in their final or penultimate year of their LLB degree program to undertake this course.

Course study information

Credit points (awarded)

10 (10)

Study level

Student contribution band

Band 3

Usually available

Nathan Trimester 1

Course Attributes

Restricted: Course must be listed in Program

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