BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
|1.||Apply and justify ADR theory, practice and processes in negotiation to disputes both individually and working with others;|
|2.||Exemplify a model of mediation and working with others to plan and organise task allocation, develop and justify an approach to resolving problems in a specific context;|
|3.||Critically analyse current legal issues in ADR, utilising growing lifelong learning skills to develop relevant ideas and perspectives; and|
|4.||Advocate the practical, policy and philosophical reasons for dispute resolution, with reference to a developing understanding of the role of culture, values and dispositions in a justice system.|
|Test||Online multiple choice test||20%|
|Practicum||Online Dispute Resolution Simulation and Report||30%|
|Assignment||Letter of advice and terms of settlement/arbitration award||40%|
Alternative Dispute Resolution 5th edition
Tania Sourdin, 2016
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