The Criminalization of Conflict Resolution
Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project’s Impact on
ADR and Human Rights Work
Harvard Negotiation Law Review, Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School,
and the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program
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
Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Workshop
HARVARD LAW SCHOOL
Students in the Negotiation & Mediation Clinic will work in a team of 2 to 4 students, typically collaborating on single project for one client during the entire semester. By working for a single client, students have the unique chance to collaborate on a project
A comprehensive list of faculty in the Boston area who teach negotiation, mediation, and other conflict resolution courses.
On May 16th, two Harvard Law School (HLS) students, René A. Pfromm LL.M. ’08 and Ines Wu ’09, together with Stephan Sonnenberg ’06, Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program (HNMCP) clinical fellow and lecturer on law, delivered a one day workshop on negotiation in the context of genocide and mass atrocities. The workshop, part of
On November 22, 2004 in the Ukraine the regime-controlled media claimed victory for Viktor Yanukovych, handpicked by the corrupt sitting president. But credible exit polls showed Viktor Yushchenko, the opposition candidate, had won. It was shocking enough that Yushchenko had been poisoned — and nearly killed– while on the campaign trail. When reports came in of blatant voter intimidation and damaged ballots, people were outraged. When they realized election officials were in on the fraud, the people had had enough.
Presented by the Program on Negotiation, The Harvard Law School Office of Clinical Programs, Human Rights at Harvard, The Harvard Law School Advocates for Human Rights, and The Harvard Law School Human Rights Program.
A Panel Discussion with:
Director, Harvard Immigration
and Refugee Clinical Program
Human Rights First
Department of Homeland Security
former Liberian refugee and
Conflict in Chechnya Panel
RealPlayer Recommended (download here)
A three-part series exploring human rights and conflict resolution in Chechnya April 16, 17 & 30 – free and open to the public.
Please join the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and the Harvard Law School Human Rights Program for three events focusing on Chechnya and its continued