Counseling and Negotiations (JD-210)
This course is offered every fall and spring semester. This course has prerequisite of Lawyering Skills I and II, Contracts I and II, Torts, Property, Criminal Law, Civil Procedure I, and Constitutional Law I. This course focuses on the counseling and negotiating process. The lawyer's relationship with his or her client is explored, and the nature of the lawyer's responsibility and the interaction between lawyer and client in the negotiating and settlement process are examined. In addition, students study the negotiating process, are exposed to negotiating theory and participate in actual negotiation problems inside and outside of class.

Course Name: JD-210
Departments: Juris Doctor, Trial Advocacy
Course Types: Simulation; Advocacy
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