Harvard Law School LL.M. student Inga Ludviksdottir has placed first among students from U.S. schools and second in the world in the second annual International Negotiation Competition for Online Dispute Resolution organized by the Center for Information Technology and Dispute Resolution. ICODR 2003 was the second international competition for online dispute resolution produced by the University of Massachusetts Center for Information Technology and Dispute Resolution, Texas Wesleyan University School of Law and Hamline University School of Law.
The event, which was held during the last two weeks of February 2003 and conducted entirely over the Internet, included students from more than 40 schools and 15 countries. Harvard Law School’s team was coached by Lecturer Robert Bordone, deputy director of the Harvard Negotiation Research Project. This was the first year that Harvard entered the competition. A second team with second-year students Fiame M. Simpson and Marsha McIntyre placed 7th overall in the competition.
Other schools participating included Cardozo Law School, Fordham Law School, Georgetown University, Hebrew University, National University of Singapore Lulea University, Rutgers School of Law, Texas Wesleyan University Law School, UC – Hastings College of the Law, University of British Columbia, University of Cork, University College, University of Cooperative Education, University of Edinburgh, University of Ottawa, University of Paris, University of Queensland, University of Washington Law School, Victoria University and William Mitchell College of Law.