Negotiation Research: For Dispute Resolution, Consider a Lawyer Trained in Mediation

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If you needed a lawyer to help you settle a business dispute, would you prefer (a) one who was completely partisan toward your point of view or (b) one who saw both sides of the conflict?

You might assume that the partisan lawyer would work harder for you than someone who sees things from both sides’

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