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Mitchell Hamline School of Law:
Conflict Resolution from Religious Traditions

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Fast Facts

Course:

Mitchell Hamline School of Law: Conflict Resolution from Religious Traditions

Teaching Faculty:

Prof. Sharon Press

Language of Instruction:

English

Credits:

2-3

Course Dates:

December 31, 2018 – January 9, 2019

Eligibility:

Degree-candidate law students who have completed their first year of study at an ABA-accredited law school, lawyers, graduate students, divinity students, and members of the clergy and other professions

Costs:

See the Mitchell Hamline School of Law website 

Relevant Academic Fields:

Law, religious studies, cultural studies, conflict resolution

Highlights

  • Meet with experts on the ground involved in peacemaking in Jerusalem today.
  • Study traditional approaches to conflict resolution used by Jewish, Christian, and Muslim religious communities.
  • Challenge your assumptions and expand your perspective.
  • Learn alongside a diverse group of law students and practicing professionals.

Apply

For more details on the program and how to apply, please refer to the Mitchell Hamline School of Law website.

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