Katz, Klothen, Mallgrave, Shore. Exclusion: Students who complete this course may not enroll in 601:520 Interviewing and Counseling.
Summer 2013: If the course is oversubscribed, part-time students will have priority.
Students who have taken either Interviewing and Counseling, or Negotiation, may not take this
Theory and skills of these lawyer/client and lawyer/lawyer roles. Includes simulations, some of which will be videotaped and individually critiqued. Topics include the nature of the lawyer/client interview, planning and structure of an interview, the lawyer's development and testing of factual and legal theories, psychological and ethical issues, techniques and ethics of assisting clients to make decisions, models for describing negotiation behavior, techniques of adversarial and other forms of bargaining, and problem-solving. Simulations enable students to develop a beginning level of proficiency in these skills. Grades will be based on several individually performed simulations and on short papers, as well as class participation.