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David A. Hoffman

David A. Hoffman teaches the Mediation course at Harvard Law School where he is the John H. Watson Jr. Lecturer on Law. He is an attorney, mediator, arbitrator, and founding member of Boston Law Collaborative, LLC. As a mediator and arbitrator, he has handled over 1,000 cases involving family, business, employment, and other disputes. He is past chair of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution, and a Distinguished Fellow in the International Academy of Mediators. David is a graduate of Princeton University, Cornell University, and Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review.

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HNLR Symposium Review: “Ideas and Impact: Roger Fisher’s Legacy”

Posted by PON Staff & filed under Dispute Resolution, Events, Videos.

On March 2, 2013, the Harvard Negotiation Law Review held their 2013 Symposium, entitled “Ideas and Impact: Roger Fisher’s Legacy.” This event celebrated Professor Fisher, co-founder of the Harvard Negotiation Project and the Program on Negotiation. Professor Fisher passed away last summer. During the day-long event, distinguished panelists explored current trends and opportunities for aspiring scholars … Read More 

Advanced Mediation Workshop: Mediating Complex Disputes – Now Live and Online

Posted by PON Staff & filed under Mediation at PON - Online.

You’ve handled numerous mediation sessions with ease. You are confident in your mediation skills, especially between two parties who want a fair resolution. But how do the dynamics change when their lawyers join the session? What happens when the mediation expands to multiple parties who are bringing many issues to the table? Mediators are very … Read More