Public Policy, Law, and Dispute Resolution
Also: LAW 372
Looks at the nature and scale of conflict in civil society and at the primary strategies that society employs to cope with it. Examines a range of contemporary issues of governance. Focuses on the interaction of legislative, judicial, and administrative institutions around two major themes: how programs and public policy are developed and how conflict is managed.
Graduate course in the Dispute Resolution program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.