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International Dispute Resolution Courses


The courses below are courses that have been offered in the past or are currently being offered.  Please note that course offerings vary from one semester to the next.

* Denotes a course that has an international component.

Denotes a course that simultaneously counts toward the Content Outline Course requirement.

Core Courses:
 
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Litigation Management for the International Lawyer†

Core Distribution Courses:

Courses in Arbitration

Arbitration Practice
Commercial Arbitration
International Arbitration*
International Arbitration Practicum*
Introduction to Investment Arbitration*
Investor State Arbitration*
Labor & Employment Arbitration
Securities Litigation & Arbitration Clinic

Courses in Mediation

Introduction to Mediation
Mediation Clinic
Mediation: Law, Policy & Ethics
Mediation and Non-Adversarial Justice*

Advanced Courses in Arbitration, Mediation, or Litigation

Alternative Dispute Resolution Ethics†
Bankruptcy Litigation
Catholic Perspectives on Conflict Resolution
Conflict of Laws*
Conflict Management Systems Design
Commercial Arbitration
Copyright Litigation
Criminal Procedure: Adjudicative
Crossroads of Civil and Criminal Law
Dispute Resolutions Systems Design for Educational Institutions
Electronic Discovery
Federal Litigation Clinic
Insurance Law & Litigation
International Arbitration*
International Arbitration Practicum*
International Civil Litigation in U.S. Courts (by permission only)*
International Criminal Tribunals: Law and Practice*
Introduction to Investment Arbitration*
Introduction to Investor-State Arbitration*
Investor State Arbitration*
Labor & Employment Arbitration
Mediation Clinic
Mediation and Non-Adversarial Justice*
Professional Responsibility: Ethics in Alternative Dispute Resolution†
Securities Litigation & Arbitration Clinic