Little has been written on what it takes to create a great case study of a negotiation. What needs to be taken into account in deciding whether a particular negotiation merits a written case study? What are the guidelines for writing negotiation cases? Do the traditional guidelines for preparing case studies in other fields apply?
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Florrie Darwin is a Lecturer on Law at the Harvard Law School, where she teaches in the negotiation workshop. At HLS she has co-created and taught a course on “Negotiating Leadership.” She is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Georgetown University Law Center.
Negotiation Workshop B (LAW 44100A)
HARVARD LAW SCHOOL
W,Th 3:10 PM – 7:20 PM
Most lawyers, irrespective of their specialty, must negotiate. Litigators resolve far more disputes through negotiation than by trials. Business lawyers — whether putting together a start-up company, arranging venture financing, or preparing an initial public offering — are called upon to
A comprehensive list of faculty in the Boston area who teach negotiation, mediation, and other conflict resolution courses.
Please join us to learn more about dispute systems design and engage in what we anticipate will be a lively and thoughtful series of discussions. The Symposium is open to the public and admission is free.
Please RSVP by March 3 to email@example.com.
Featuring leading scholars and practitioners, including:
Special Master of the Federal September 11th Victim
Kick off the holiday season with PON’s Student Interest Group and faculty, including:
Robert Bordone, Harvard Law School
Florrie Darwin, Harvard Law School
Mari Fitzduff, Brandeis University
Deborah Kolb, Simmons School of Management
Deepak Malhotra, Harvard Business School
Lawrence Susskind, MIT
Meet and mingle with students interested in negotiation and conflict resolution from Boston-area universities, learn more about faculty research and