Negotiating Legal and Commercial Disputes (5174LAW)

This course considers approaches to negotiation in legal and commercial contexts. The use of competitive and integrative bargaining strategies are compared and contrasted, while the focus is on legal skill development. The program is designed so that work can be tailored to the backgrounds and interests of participants. There is a strong focus on participants developing a range of techniques to foster successful negotiation outcomes. Information on application process is available at the Griffith Law School Organisation site on Learning@Griffith. Not compatible with 3001EHR Negotiation. 3001EHR cannot be used as a law elective.

Course study information

Credit points (awarded)

10 (10)

Study level

Student contribution band

Band 3

Usually available

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