Chad Carr is a Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School and a Clinical Instructor in the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program. He supervises students on client projects related to dispute resolution and teaches negotiation and dispute systems design. Chad has taught negotiation as a visiting professor at the University of Oregon Law School, an adjunct professor at the Georgetown University Law Center, and a lecturer at Vermont Law School. Chad spent two years at Ropes & Gray, LLP in Boston, assisting large corporations with major transactions including debt financing, acquisitions, and fund formations. Before coming to HNMCP, Chad served as a research associate at the Harvard Business School where he wrote cases and articles for the MBA and executive education curriculums. Chad is a graduate of Harvard Law School and the College of William and Mary. He served as a law clerk for the Honorable Patti B. Saris in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
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When considering a potential mediator, ask the following questions of those who have worked with him in the past.
On March 2, 2013, the Harvard Negotiation Law Review held their 2013 Symposium, entitled “Ideas and Impact: Roger Fisher’s Legacy.” This event celebrated Professor Fisher, co-founder of the Harvard Negotiation Project and the Program on Negotiation. Professor Fisher passed away last summer.
During the day-long event, distinguished panelists explored current trends and opportunities for aspiring scholars
What to do when you’ve done everything right, but you still don’t have an agreement.
The Program on Negotiation Graduate Research Fellowships are designed to encourage young scholars from the social sciences and professional disciplines to pursue theoretical, empirical, and/or applied research in negotiation and dispute resolution. Consistent with the PON goal of fostering the development of the next generation of scholars, this program provides support for one year of
On March 4th, the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School hosted a panel discussion entitled: “Negotiations by Other Means: Track II, Unilateral Action, Robust Third Party Role and Islands of Coordination in the New Middle East.”
A video of the presentation may be accessed here.
The panel featured three veterans of high profile Israeli-Palestinian diplomacy: Ambassador
In Lessons in Life Diplomacy, the New York Times’ Bruce Feiler asks, how do we break out of negative patterns of conduct and proactively approach problems encountered in our everyday lives? His advice, gleaned from his own experiences as well as from the research of experts in the field of conflict management and dispute resolution, is actually quite simple on its face yet very complex in practice.
Founded in 1983, the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School is a pioneer in the fields of negotiation, mediation, and alternative dispute resolution.
In commemoration of the program’s 30th anniversary this year, the Program on Negotiation is proud to present a video describing many of PON’s various educational and research activities.
According to Chair Robert Mnookin, at its core the Program on Negotiation is devoted to improving the theory and practice of negotiation and dispute resolution.
The PON Film Series is pleased to present:
Mediating Public Disputes on Fracking
Thursday, April 25, 2013
7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Austin Hall 111, Harvard Law School
Free admission; public welcome. Pizza and drinks will be served.
About the event:
The Program on Negotiation invites the public to a special PON film series event on the topic of hydraulic fracturing, or
Harvard University is closed today due to an ongoing public safety situation in the area. This afternoon’s first session of the “Confronting Evil” conference is postponed until tomorrow morning, starting at 9:00.
Please check here for further updates later today.