Requisite(s): 60 credit points of completed study in 60 Credit Value spk(s): C04148 Master of Law and Legal Practice AND 79771c Dispute Resolution
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These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
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Anti-requisite(s): 78175 Negotiation
This subject is taught in a four-day intensive block which is designed to provide an understanding of the theory and skills of negotiation. It covers the diverse approaches to negotiation, with a focus on principled negotiation as taught by the Harvard Law Faculty's Negotiation Project. This subject brings together the current theories and practice in negotiation skills and analysis with an emphasis on identifying effective negotiation strategies. This subject covers topic areas that include:
- distributive and integrative bargaining
- principled negotiation theory and practice
- pre-negotiation analysis, preparation and participation
- the challenges of complex negotiations including agency and team issues, negotiating behaviour and communication issues
- coalition dynamics
- risk assessment
- trust and good faith issues.
Detailed subject description.
- 2013 contribution for commencing Commonwealth-supported students: $733 (Note: Students who commenced prior to 1 January 2010 should consult the Fees Calculator by Subject for relevant student contribution charges for Commonwealth-supported students. Not all students are eligible for Commonwealth-supported places.)
- 2013 amount for undergraduate domestic fee-paying students: $2532 (Note: Fees for postgraduate domestic fee-paying students and international students are charged according to the course they are enrolled in. Students should refer to the annual fees schedule.)
- Subject EFTSL: 0.125