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    • 30225-01
    • Arbitration and Administrative Law Project
    • Ayres
    • Mon 10:10 AM-12:00 PM
    • 1
    • Professional Skills
      Experiential Requirement
    • experiential
    • not applicable

    Arbitration and Administrative Law Project (30225). 1 unit, credit/fail. The Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection provides residents with the option to resolve disputes regarding Connecticut’s New Car Lemon Law Program and the Lottery Delinquency Assessment process through arbitration. Training will concern the substantive dispute areas, administrative procedures, as well as rules of ethics. Students will oversee and resolve contested cases as arbitrators and hearing officers for oral hearings. The course is designed to allow students to apply Connecticut law to facts in unresolved disputes and draft and render initial decisions describing their findings of facts, conclusions of law, and any applicable orders. Enrollment limited to twenty-five. Permission of the instructor required. I. Ayres.

    Course Bidding: Interested students should send a one-paragraph statement of interest to by Monday, August 29 at 5:00pm. Professor Ayres plans to use these statements of interest to select course participants should the number of interested students exceed 25.

    Location: BAKER - A420 (Mon)
    Grade mode: credit/fail
    CRN: 13972