Student Events

PON organizes a large number of events each month to give students, academics, practitioners and the public the opportunity to engage in discussions with leading scholars in the field. These events include Dispute Resolution Forums (DRF), the Kelman Seminar Series, the PON Film Series, and the PON Brown Bag Lunch Series.

2011 Program on Negotiation Fall Open House

PON Staff   •  09/16/2011   •  Filed in Daily, Events, Student Events, Students

Interested in negotiation and conflict resolution?
Come to the Program on Negotiation Open House!
 
The open house will begin at 6:30pm on Monday, October 3rd in the PON Library, Pound 513, Harvard Law School.
Meet students and faculty interested in Alternative Dispute Resolution and learn how to get involved. Students from the Boston area and beyond are welcome … Read More 

Nonviolent Power in Action: observations from an expert on what happened in Egypt, Tunisia and beyond

PON Staff   •  06/08/2011   •  Filed in Daily, Events, International Negotiation, Negotiation and Nonviolent Action, Student Events, Students

Watch the video of the PON Brown Bag Lunch:
The Dynamics of Nonviolent Power:
Egypt, Tunisia and beyond

with

Hardy Merriman
Senior Advisor at the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC)
Recorded: April 20, 2011
 

Click here to watch the video:
http://www.law.harvard.edu/media/2011/04/20_pon.mov
 
About the Event: The Dynamics of Nonviolent Power: Egypt, Tunisia and Beyond
By: Carrie O’Neil, PON Research Assistant
What makes nonviolent, civilian-based movements … Read More 

Exhaust the Limits: The Life and Times of a Global Peacemaker

PON Staff   •  05/16/2011   •  Filed in Daily, Events, International Negotiation, Student Events, Students

Exhaust the Limits: The Life and Times of a Global Peacemaker

with
Charles F. “Chic” Dambach
President & CEO, Alliance for Peacebuilding

Date: May 16, 2011

Time: 12:00PM to 1:30PM
Where: Hauser Hall, Room 102, Harvard Law School Campus
Chic Dambach will discuss his new memoir, Exhaust the Limits: The Life and Times of a Global … Read More 

The Dynamics of Nonviolent Power:
Egypt, Tunisia and beyond

PON Staff   •  04/20/2011   •  Filed in Daily, Events, International Negotiation, Negotiation and Nonviolent Action, Student Events, Students

The Dynamics of Nonviolent Power:
Egypt, Tunisia and beyond

with

Hardy Merriman
Senior Advisor at the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC)
 
Date: April 20, 2011
Time: 12:00PM to 1:30PM
Where: Pound  Hall, Room 108, Harvard Law School Campus
Bring your lunch. Drinks and dessert will be served.
Click here for a campus map.

About the lunch:
What makes nonviolent, civilian-based movements effective?  What … Read More 

Budrus

PON Staff   •  03/29/2011   •  Filed in Daily, Events, International Negotiation, Negotiation and Nonviolent Action, PON Film Series, Student Events, Students

Ayed Morrar, an unlikely community organizer, unites Palestinians from all political factions and Israelis to save his village from destruction by Israel’s Separation Barrier. Victory seems improbable until his 15-year-old daughter, Iltezam, launches a women’s contingent that quickly moves to the front lines.

Struggling side by side, father and daughter unleash an inspiring, yet little-known movement … Read More 

Conference on Afghanistan: “Ten Years Later”

PON Staff   •  03/28/2011   •  Filed in Student Events, Students

ESSEC Graduate School of Management, Mardis de l’ESSEC and Fahimeh & Tina Robiolle Consulting & Training
present:

Afghanistan, Ten Years Later

 
Tuesday March 29th
2:00-4:00pm EST

ESSEC campus in France, & live online!
In order to discuss the social, political and ethnic configuration of Afghanistan ten years after the start of the democratic process, this conference will … Read More 

Knocking

PON Staff   •  02/28/2011   •  Filed in Daily, Events, PON Film Series, Student Events, Students

At first glance, Knocking is about Jehovah’s Witnesses, the door-to-door proselytizers we like to hide from. But there’s a bigger story as the film asks whether they are a necessary annoyance in a free society. What if you wanted to speak, publish, worship or live as you choose but belonged to the marginalized group of … Read More 

Nuclear Negotiations with Russia

PON Staff   •  02/24/2011   •  Filed in Daily, Events, Student Events, Students

The PON Brown Bag Lunch Series Presents:

Nuclear Negotiations with Russia

with Assistant Secretary of State &
Chief Negotiator of the New START Treaty
Rose Gottemoeller

Facilitated by:
HLS Professor Robert Bordone,
Director, Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program
 
Date: February 25, 2011
Time: 12:00PM to 1:30PM
Where: Hauser Hall, Room 105, Harvard Law School Campus
Join the Program on Negotiation … Read More 

The Longest War: Challenges and Negotiation Strategies in Afghanistan

PON Staff   •  02/16/2011   •  Filed in Daily, Events, International Negotiation, Student Events, Students

“The Longest War: Challenges and Negotiation
Strategies in Afghanistan”
with
Hassina Sherjan and Michael O’Hanlon
co-authors of “Toughing It Out In Afghanistan”

 
Date: February 18, 2011

Time: 12:00PM to 1:30PM
Where: Hauser Hall, Room 105, Harvard Law School Campus
Bring your lunch. Drinks and dessert will be served.
Click here for a campus map.

About the Speakers
Hassina Sherjan is the president of Aid … Read More 

Harvard Law School Hosts 2010 American Bar Association Regional Negotiation Competition

PON Staff   •  12/07/2010   •  Filed in Daily, Harvard Negotiators, Negotiation Skills, Student Events, Students

Sixteen teams from nine different law schools from throughout the Northeast took part in the ABA Regional Negotiation Competition at HLS on November 13–14, 2010. Approximately 35 judges, all practicing lawyers in the Boston area, evaluated the teams and chose the winners. A team comprised of two first-year law students from Boston College Law School … Read More 

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