• LAWS7998 Tribunals – Procedure and Practice

    The creation and proliferation of administrative tribunals – bodies that adjudicate a wide range of disputes between community members and the state – is a significant feature of the past fifty years in Australia and beyond.

  • LAWS7930 Special Topic C – Conflict Coaching

    Nadja Alexander wants to see a quiet revolution in the way lawyers handle their relationships with clients.

  • LAWS7884 Civil Litigation

    How rules and procedures are practically applied by the courts and how they may be most effectively used by practitioners to obtain a just, efficient and cost-effective result for their clients are the subjects of this course.

  • LAWS7841 Theories in Dispute Resolution

    This course provides an introduction to alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and an overview of ADR processes including negotiation, mediation, conciliation, case appraisal and arbitration.

  • LAWS7851 Mediation and Conflict Management

    Using mediation as a way to resolve disputes efficiently has been a core part of the Australian legal system for many years and is now being incorporated into other legal systems around the world.  Students in this course are immersed in mediation theory, policy and practice, developing a clear u

  • LAWS7868 International Commercial Arbitration Law

    This course deals in depth with the full range of mechanisms available for international commercial dispute management.

Subscribe to RSS