Florrie Darwin

Florrie Darwin

Lecturer on Law, Harvard Law School

Senior Fellow, University of Melbourne Law School

Adjunct Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center

Senior Research Associate, Harvard Labor and Worklife Program

A well-regarded educator, Florrie Darwin teaches negotiation, mediation, and law at universities across the United States and around the world. Notably, she has taught at the Harvard Law School, the Program on Negotiation, the Harvard Mediation Program, Georgetown University, the University of Melbourne, the University of Freiburg in Germany, the University of St. Gallen and the University of Lucerne in Switzerland, the Sophia University Faculty of Law in Tokyo, and the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.

Darwin has also facilitated workshops for professionals at various corporations including Coca Cola, General Motors, Johnson & Johnson, First Data, Suncor, Health Net, Lux Research, and Exelon. In addition, she has created and facilitated Advanced Negotiation Workshops for the European Commission in Brussels, for the U.S. Department of Commerce, and for diplomats at the United Nations; trained government and civic leaders in conflict resolution in the Democratic Republic of the Congo; and provided conflict resolution training to international groups of young people through the organizations Seeds of Peace and Tuesday’s Children. As a senior research associate in the Harvard Labor and Worklife Program, Darwin examines critical changes in labor markets, labor law, and the experiences of working people.

Education

B.A., Columbia University

J.D., Harvard Law School

Research interests

Law, negotiation, multicultural mediation, conflict resolution and management

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2 Responses to “Florrie Darwin”

  • Ellen R.

    Hi Florrie, thank you for a wonderful programme in Dublin – a question for you though
    There was a once in a thousand year event that you mentioned …….I can’t quite remember the event – something about two numbers adding up to 2018 on 5 Dec ……? What was that reference ? All the best Ellen

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