The Mediation Clinic assists courts, families, and state agencies by providing multiple types of mediation for the community. Mediation is a rapidly expanding area of modern legal practice. In the Mediation Clinic, law students gain the listening and communication skills vital to any successful law practice while they increase their knowledge of substantive law and alternative dispute resolution procedures. After extensive training, Mediation Clinic students act as co-mediators in cases involving allegations of child abuse and neglect, special education, small claims issues, and access and visitation disputes which have been referred to the Clinic.
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Students interested in applying for this course should be aware of the following prerequisites and requirements.
4 credit hours
Professor Kelly Browe-Olson, Director
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