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Focuses majorly on mediation and whatnot, so very interesting if you are interested in going into that field. There's a lot of practical assessments rather than an exam so that's nice
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
Provokes new perspectives on the legal profession and its changing responsibilities. I would have preferred to have undertaken the subject later in the degree, but I assume early exposure is intended to project ADR into the minds of law students to offset the more traditional approaches to dispute settlement.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
An interesting subject which focuses heavily on practical learning, compared to other law subjects.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015
This subject provides a very differnt angle of solving legal disputes. It's quite controversial how students view this subject which focuses on "alternative" avenues to litigations. I personally enjoyed it and the rationale behind ghe subject.