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Effectiveness in Arbitration

Course Number
LR108

Led by experienced arbitrators and advocates, this workshop teaches how to advocate at arbitration for those preparing, presenting, or assisting in the case. A full-day arbitration simulation allows participants to practice developing a position, using evidence and proof to support position, examine witnesses, and introduce documents.

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If registered for the Fall 2020 delivery, you are invited to participate in the Spring 2020 virtual preview of the course. Instructions on how to install and use Zoom will follow. The class will consist of a morning and afternoon session of about 1.5 hours each, practicing learned skills in small groups. If the in-person workshop is possible in the fall, the on-line session will be an extended pre-work and the fall session will be redesigned to focus even more heavily on practicing learned skills.

Schedule & Details

Course

Contractual or disciplinary disputes that can not be resolved by the parties are ultimately tried and resolved in arbitration. Led by experienced arbitrators and adovcates, this workshop teaches how to advocate at arbitration for those preparing, presenting or assiting in the case. 

Key Topics

  • How to select an arbitrator and assess the strength of your case
  • Evidence and testimony necessary to win an arbitration
  • How to frame an issue for arbitration and develop the theory of your case
  • Key points in preparing and presenting an opening statement
  • Identifying and preparing witnesses
  • Understanding important evidentiary concepts
  • Oral closing arguments and written briefs

Special Features

This two-day workshop includes a mock arbitration exercise before an experienced arbitrator.

Instructors

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Donald W Savelson

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