Negotiation Journal

<em>Negotiation Journal</em>

Negotiation Journal is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal published by the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. The journal publishes articles that expand theoretical and practical knowledge in the realms of negotiation, mediation, other forms of alternative dispute resolution, and conflict resolution in general.

Content published in Negotiation Journal includes:

  • reports on cutting-edge research,
  • a wide range of case studies,
  • teachers’ reports about what does and doesn’t work in the negotiations classroom,
  • essays on best practices, and
  • integrative book reviews.

The journal’s eclectic, multidisciplinary approach reinforces its reputation as an invaluable international resource for anyone interested in the practice and analysis of negotiation, mediation, and conflict resolution including educators, researchers, diplomats, lawyers, business leaders, labor negotiators, government officials, and mediators.

Please visit the journal website to find out more about the journal; submit an article; review tables of contents, abstracts, and author guidelines; and read the Spring 2020 issue (available without a subscription).

For additional information or for queries about possible article topics, please contact Negotiation Journal’s managing editor, Silvia Glick, at

Negotiation Data Repository (NDR)

Negotiation Data Repository (NDR)

The Negotiation Data Repository (NDR) aims to serve as the world’s premier collection of qualitative and quantitative data on negotiation and conflict management, enabling advances in scholarship that would not otherwise be possible. Relevant data includes survey results, lab studies, negotiation transcripts, text of agreements, and other digital artifacts that will be of particular value for early career researchers, integration of complementary data sets, replication studies, and methodological innovations. The NDR is driven by a vision for increased sharing and reuse of all forms of data on negotiation and conflict resolution in order to accelerate the generation of new knowledge and deliver positive societal impacts.

The NDR may be accessed at

For all details and instructions on how to make a deposit, please read our instructions manual at this link.

Harvard Negotiation Law Review

<em>Harvard Negotiation Law Review</em>

Negotiation, not adjudication, resolves most legal conflicts. However, despite the fact that dispute resolution is central to the practice of law and has become a "hot" topic in legal circles, a gap in the literature persists. "Legal negotiation" — negotiation with lawyers in the middle and legal institutions in the background — has escaped systematic analysis.

The Harvard Negotiation Law Review works to close this gap by providing a forum in which scholars from many disciplines can discuss negotiation as it relates to law and legal institutions. Unlike Negotiation Journal, which has a general audience of negotiation scholars and practitioners, the Harvard Negotiation Law Review is aimed specifically at lawyers and legal scholars. The premier issue (spring 1996), explored interdisciplinary academic perspectives on such topics as decision analysis, litigation settlement, and mediator roles, strategies and tactics. Subsequent volumes have expanded on these topics, and included additional discussion of the lawyer’s role as a problem solver, reconsideration of legal education in light of negotiation, and a range of case studies of innovative negotiation and mediation systems around the world.