Summer I 2014
5183 Mediation Process - WILLIS- 16507
Tasha Willis (CLINICAL FACULTY)
Course Areas: Practice Skills - Clinics and Externships
Time: 4:00p-6:00p TLocation: 211 TUII
Course Outline: The Mediation Externship (Clinic) and Mediation Process Class go together to create one three hour coure. The one hour graded Mediation Process Class is the classroom component associated with the two hour pass/fail Mediation Externship (Clinic). The classroom component (mediation process) is intended to provide the students with further mediation training, advanced mediation and communication skills, scheduling into courts and the BBB, and discussion of cases mediated and 40 hours of mediation certification training.
The Mediation Externship (Clinic) must be taken in conjunction with the 1 credit hour graded Mediation Process Class. Prerequisite: Good Academic Standing and 40 hours of mediation certification training. For more information regarding the Mediation Clinic/ Externship contact Tasha Willis, email@example.com.
The only first day assignment will involve scheduling. Once the students are registered, they will receive an email providing them the schedules for the Harris County Dispute Resolution Center, the Greater Houston Better Business Bureau, the Harris County Justice of the Peace Courts and the EEOC. This email will provide them with the instructions they will need to spend the first day of class scheduling mediation and reviewing instructions for beginning mediating in all of the above locations.
Course Syllabus: Syllabus
Course Notes: Quota= 10
There is no book required for the Mediation Externship (Clinic)/Mediation Process. All forms required for each venue and advanced reading materials are handed out in class.
Prerequisites: Yes Completion of Student Mediation Training, and Professor approval.
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Final Exam Schedule:
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Satisfies Skills Course Requirement: Yes
Satisfies Senior Writing Requirement: No
Course Materials (3/25/2014 12:42:32 PM)
No book required for this course