This course embraces a wide range of public, private and domestic issues relevant to the prevention and resolution of conflicts and disputes, including risks, regulation, and justice. The course includes negotiation and arbitration, and also the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes such as mediation and conciliation.
You will be able to mix with students on other Masters courses in the School of Law. Classes are usually small, allowing for an interactive approach to learning. The course combines academic and practical approaches to teaching and learning.
The course aims to provide an opportunity for in-depth study of the issues and the practices involved in the field of conflict prevention and dispute resolution, including the mechanisms of prevention, emergence, avoidance, management, resolution and regulation.