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Arbitration Advocacy

Outcomes

  • Identify witnesses and evidence
  • Develop a clear and effective theory of case
  • Create a proposed issue statement

Certificate Basics

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    Required Courses
    2 Focused WorkshopsRegister for individual workshops to fit your schedule
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    Time to Complete
    18 monthsTime participants have to complete the entire certificate program

Certificate Details

Overview

From the perspective of both the union and management, participants practice how to develop a clear and effective theory of the case, create a proposed issue statement to be presented at the hearing, identify witnesses and evidence and prepare opening statements.

Prerequisites

This certificate program has no prerequisites.

Core Curriculum

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Arbitration Advocacy Immersion Part I

Module 1: Case Analysis, Preparation and Opening Statements

From the perspective of both the union and management, participants practice how to develop a clear and effective theory of the case, create a proposed issue statement to be presented at the hearing, identify witnesses and evidence and prepare opening statements.

Participants will draft opening statement and receive feedback. Key areas of emphasis include:


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