Minor Overview

This minor examines methods for resolving conflicts and disputes in both professional and personal settings. You’ll become familiar with techniques of mediation and arbitration that serve as an alternative to the traditional legal process. You’ll have the flexibility to tailor the program by choosing from electives in topics such as international negotiating, employment law and family law.

The Quinnipiac Law School’s Center on Dispute Resolution sponsors discussions and workshops with experts in the field of dispute resolution.  Undergraduate students are able to attend these events and learn from renowned scholars in the field.  


Curriculum and Requirements

Dispute Resolution Minor Curriculum

Students must complete a minimum of 18 credits. At least 6 credits must be taken at the 300 level.

Required courses (12 credits)
LE 101Introduction to the American Legal System3
LE 225Alternative Dispute Resolution3
LE 360Mediation3
LE 370Negotiation3
Elective courses
Select 6 credits from the following:6
LE 305
Civil Procedures
LE 312
Family Law
LE/PO 317
International Law (PO 317)
LE 328
Employment Law
IB 324
Negotiating Internationally
Total Credits18

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