Dispute Resolution:The Scholarship Dispute showcases the facilitative mediation process, with applications that can be applied globally. The Scholarship Dispute has been designed and produced by La Trobe University School of Law as both a private study resource and an in-class teaching resource for use in courses focusing on mediation. The facts of the conflict filmed in The Scholarship Dispute centre on a fictional dispute between the Dean of the Faculty of Law at Regional University (Kerry) and a law student at the University (Leigh) who is the recipient of a scholarship at Regional University. However, the student has been offered a scholarship by City University and wants to be released from the scholarship agreement at Regional University in order to take up a place at the other University. The Dean wishes to dissuade the student from leaving Regional University Law School. "This video should be compulsory viewing for those undertking dispute resolution as an elective or as a compulsory subject. It is extemely worthwhile for inclusion in the programs of mediator training providers. It also brings a salient reminder to practitioners of how, ideally, a session should be conducted." Ruth Charlton, Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal. Includes teaching and learning materials. Produced by Judith Gutman - Senior Lecturer, School of Law, La Trobe University.