Harvard Negotiation Institute 2017 Summer Programs Guide

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In this Special Guide, we provide details on all the courses available at Harvard Negotiation Institute’s Summer Programs

With Harvard Negotiation Institute’s Summer Programs you will learn:

Why Attend?

Invaluable learning experience.

Harvard Negotiation Institute 2017 Summer Programs extend far beyond theory and lectures. Engaged with a group of professional peers, you will have the opportunity to refine your skills through interactive exercises, negotiation simulations, and hands-on activities. After taking part in this invaluable learning experience, you will emerge well-prepared to make better decisions, mediate better agreements, and negotiate better deals.

World-Class Faculty.

All offerings are taught by world-renowned professors, distinguished thought-leaders, and best-selling authors—recognized experts who have developed leading strategies in the field of negotiation, negotiated some of the biggest deals in the world, and helped resolve high-stakes, international conflicts.

Harvard Negotiation Institute 2017 Summer Programs each focus on a critical aspect of negotiation—from structuring high stakes deals and mediating complex disputes to resolving intractable problems and strengthening difficult relationships.

Unparalleled Networking.

Accomplished lawyers, judges, executives, and leaders travel from all over the world to attend Harvard Negotiation Institute 2017 Summer Programs. The diverse participant mix allows for dynamic interchange, wide-ranging perspectives, and a network of friends and business contacts that often lasts long after the program has concluded. To facilitate networking, built into the program are evening receptions and time for informal, small group meals that take place on-campus and in the Boston area.

State of the Art Facilities.

As a participant in the Harvard Negotiation Institute 2017 Summer Programs, you’ll take classes in Wasserstein Hall, a 250,000 square foot complex designed to serve as the gateway to Harvard Law School and the Harvard University community. Wasserstein Hall’s 21st century contemporary classrooms feature excellent acoustics and sight-lines to encourage active participation.

Culturally vibrant city.

What’s better than participating in world-class negotiation programs at Harvard Law School? Experiencing them in a world-class city. Summer is a great time to explore one of the country’s most vibrant cities. Harvard Law School is within walking distance of historic Harvard Square and close to some of Cambridge and Boston’s best attractions. Take in a Red Sox game in Fenway Park or a concert at Symphony Hall, explore the city’s Freedom Trail, or stroll through the many public parks.

Download our Harvard Negotiation Institute 2017 Summer Programs brochure for complete program descriptions and registration information.

If you’re looking for a powerful learning experience aimed at improving your negotiation and mediation skills, then I encourage you to register today for an Harvard Negotiation Institute 2017 Summer Programs. Space is limited in these high demand programs, so reserve your seat today.


5 Responses to “Harvard Negotiation Institute 2017 Summer Programs Guide”

  • I am interested in a short course on negotiation skills, OR Climate Change related short courses. Kindly let me know if you have any courses lined up in the first half of 2017. Please send me the information.

    Kind regards,


  • Elizabeth

    To whom it may concern, I am a current graduate student of Peace and Conflict studies and a mediator for a Local consumer program at a Law center. I would like to attend a any of your executive trainings in the summer 2017 that issue a certificate on topics accrues to mediaiton and Arbitration for skill advancement. Please I need a precise recommendation with the price range. Thank You

    • Gail O.

      Participants who complete our Mediation program receive a Certificate of Completion. The cost of the program is $5,497.

    • Gail O.

      Yes, participants of the Harvard Negotiation Institute are eligible to receive CLE credits.


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