ADR Competition Team
Course Number: LAW 6930 Credits: 1
Credit: 1 per semester. Maximum credits allowed are three.
Co-Requisites: Negotiation and Mediation LAW 6930, Interviewing and Counseling LAW 6381, Mediation LAW 6383, Negotiation LAW 6385, Mediation Advocacy LAW 6930, Interviewing Counseling and Negotiation LAW 6930 (any one of the following).
Maximum credits allowed for any combination of co-curricular activities (Jessup Moot Court Team, Trial Team, Moot Court, Florida Law Review, Florida Journal of International Law, Journal of Technology Law and Policy, Journal of Law and Public Policy, and Tax Moot Court) are four.
Advanced training in mediation, negotiation, interviewing & counseling, and arbitration, including both the preparation and execution of the above alternative dispute resolution tools. Using the above alternative dispute resolution (ADR) skills, all members will either compete or assist competitors in the research, practice and preparation of all team competitions throughout the semester.
The course is graded on a Satisfactory (S), Unsatisfactory (U) basis. NOTE: Students who are selected on the ADR Competition Team, as certified by the ADR faculty advisor, who were not able to register in that term, may register for one credit retrospectively for the succeeding term.