The Alternative Dispute Resolution module consists of theoretical and practical aspects. There is a skills-orientated emphasis, designed not only to expose students to the practical skills required during mediations and arbitrations, but also to provide a theoretical context for such skills and the analytical skills to adapt to various circumstances. Particular emphasis is placed on developing group, inter-personal and problem-solving skills. Students will also be able to develop a range of broader, transferable life skills for dealing with issues of professional and personal life, including: basic negotiation and mediation skills; a methodical approach to organizing arbitral proceedings; a methodical approach to problem-solving; confidence in oral communication; working effectively in teams; and the importance of responding with integrity and moral courage in professional contexts.

1. Introduction to ADR (Descriptions)


The Mediation Process (Descriptions)



Arbitration Procedure(Descriptions)