Friends of Negotiation Journal – current and former editors, advisory board members, frequent authors and reviewers, and Program on Negotiation stalwarts who were there at its founding – gathered last week at Harvard to celebrate the journal’s 25th year and 100th issue.
The event was hosted by journal editor Michael Wheeler and PON executive committee chair
Registration is now closed for the NP@PON Mediation Pedagogy Conference.
Professors Lawrence Susskind (MIT) and Michael Wheeler (Harvard Business School) are pleased to announce a Mediation Pedagogy Conference to be held by Negotiation Pedagogy at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School (NP@PON). This two-day Conference will be held Friday, May 15 and Saturday, May
Frank E. A. Sander
Assistant to Professor Sander
Assistant to Professor Wheeler
Mary Alice Wood
The “multi-door courthouse” — a concept originated by Dispute Resolution Program founder Frank E. A. Sander — offers a variety of resolution options (including litigation) to people who take their disputes to court.
For example, in Middlesex County Superior Court in Cambridge,
The quality of our democracy presumably rests on the deliberations we are able to promote and sustain among individuals and groups with contending interests and views. The responsiveness of our elected and appointed officials also presumably hinges on our ability to involve a wide range of stakeholders in policy-making and a range of
Professor Menkel-Meadow’s talk will describe the cultural variations in restorative and transitional justice in a variety of post-conflict, post-dictatorship societies based on her research, interviews and teaching in these countries. She will focus on process variations and the importance of acknowledging differences in history, culture and political regime in designing restorative justice programs, whether oriented
The dynamic husband and wife artistic team of Christo and Jeanne-Claude are likely better negotiators than many foreign leaders.
The pair is best known for their massive art installations, often using nylon or woven fabric to highlight buildings or works of nature. Their most recent project (2005), “The Gates,” consisted of 7,503 16-foot-tall steel gates with
Would the Buddha be an effective arbiter in a complicated and contentious land trust dispute or a messy divorce? For many experts, the answer is a resounding yes.
While it’s impossible to actually have the ancient spiritual leader himself present in the room on such occasions, several Buddhist scholars, practitioners, and professional mediators at a panel
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The Dispute Resolution Program at the Program on Negotiation (PON) hosted a workshop on “Buddhism & Dialogue” on November 7, at Harvard Law School. The workshop was organized by Ran Kuttner, visiting scholar at PON, and Michael Wheeler LL.M. ’74, MBA Class of 1952 Professor of Management Practice at the
Robert Bordone, (Thaddeus R. Beal Assistant Clinical Professor of Law) and Michael Wheeler (MBA Class of 1952 Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School and Editor of Negotiation Journal) were interviewed for an October 2006 article in the Redmond Channel Partner Magazine. Click here to access the full article.
Please join the Program on Negotiation in honoring and celebrating Frank E. A. Sander, Harvard Law School professor, co-founder of the Program on Negotiation, and a seminal figure in the development of the field of negotiation and alternative dispute resolution.
In 1976, Chief Justice Warren Burger asked Frank Sander to present a paper on alternative dispute