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Law (LAWS)

Department of Law
Faculty of Public Affairs

LAWS 3006 [0.5 credit]


Theory and practice of mediation; historical roots and influences; contrasts with formal litigation and other dispute resolution processes; issues of social and legal control; critiques, including feminist, Marxist and critical race theory; issues of power, gender, race and class; application to contemporary issues and disputes.
Prerequisites: LAWS 1000 and one of LAWS 2003, LAWS 2004, LAWS 2005 or BUSI 2601.
Lectures three hours a week.

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