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Resolving Disputes: Theory, Practice, and Law Jay Folberg

Resolving Disputes: Theory, Practice, and Law

Jay Folberg

Published December 1st 2009
ISBN : 9780735588875
Loose-Leaf
748 pages
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Resolving Disputes: Theory, Practice, and Law is an ideal and up-to-date text for the new generation of practice-oriented dispute resolution courses. This lively new book captures a lawyers perspective on resolving disputes effectively andMoreResolving Disputes: Theory, Practice, and Law is an ideal and up-to-date text for the new generation of practice-oriented dispute resolution courses. This lively new book captures a lawyers perspective on resolving disputes effectively and prepares your students to represent clients effectively in all forms of alternative dispute resolution. This timely and teachable text: presents class-tested material designed for the survey course, with sections on negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and hybrid designs- integrates theory with strategies, ethics, and the law- emphasizes practice applications and useful approaches- focuses on the lawyers perspective- the negotiation section highlights professional negotiation as an agent for clients, while the mediation and arbitration sections stress the role of the representational lawyer- includes examples drawn from headline cases, literature, and lawyers experiences, adding to the realism and relevance of the text- excerpts the most important and recent articles and cases- and draws on the authors extensive experience and from their key roles with major dispute resolution provider organizations as well as their many years of teaching, training, and practicing ADR. A complete Teachers Manual helps instructors prepare for class with: detailed syllabi- comprehensive teaching notes- provocative discussion points- tested exercises and role-plays linked to the text- and DVD/video coordinated with the text and role-plays (available to adopters). If you want to convey more than the basics and prepare your students for successful, enlightened practice, turn to Resolving Disputes: Theory, Practice, and Law for the most current and most realistic exploration of ADR.