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’ … Read More
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What is the Harvard Negotiation Law Review?
The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School is a flagship sponsor of the Harvard Negotiation Law Review
The Harvard Negotiation Law Review is a journal for lawyers and legal scholars. In their mission statement, the journal points out that, “negotiation, not adjudication, resolves most legal conflicts.”
The Harvard Negotiation Law Review provides “a forum in which scholars from many disciplines can discuss negotiation as it relates to law and legal institutions.”
The journal is published twice each year, in the spring and in the fall, with diverse topics ranging from implicit bias in mediation to judicial settlement practices to U.S. government negotiations to ethical practices.
The Harvard Negotiation Law Review also publishes a series of online articles and abstracts covering topics such as negotiation scholarship, power imbalances, and failed negotiations.
In addition to the journal, the Harvard Negotiation Law Review has also hosted symposiums, some of which have been open to the public. For example, a symposium on the theory and application of restorative justice had a goal of to promote a discussion about the potential to leverage ADR practices and frameworks in restorative justice initiatives, and to serve as a forum for national dialogue on the theoretical basis and practical application of restorative justice.
Another symposium examined equity in the legal profession, while other talks have included discussions around activism and alternative dispute resolution
Beyond hosting their own events, however, the Harvard Negotiation Law Review has also sponsored talks examining the covert negotiations that ended apartheid.
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On October 15, 2012, Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit walked into the office of the bank’s chairman, Michael E. O’Neill, expecting a routine meeting and perhaps some words of praise. The day before, Citigroup had released a favorable earnings report that suggested the bank was beginning to rebound from the financial crisis. Citi had received a … Read More
PON is pleased to co-sponsor the 2015 Harvard Negotiation Law Review symposium: Restorative Justice: Theory Meets Application Saturday, February 28, 2015 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Austin Hall, Harvard Law School Campus Free and open to the public. Registration is highly recommended. The goal of the Symposium is to promote an exciting discussion about the potential to leverage ADR practices and frameworks in restorative justice initiatives, … Read More
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
Recent Harvard Law School Graduate Grant Strother ’12 was selected to receive The International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR) Outstanding Original Student Article Award for his paper, “Resolving Cultural Property Disputes in the Shadow of the Law.” This award recognizes a student article or paper that is focused on events or issues in … Read More
The Harvard Negotiation Law Review’s 2013 Symposium, entitled, “Ideas and Impact: Roger Fisher’s Legacy,” will be held on Saturday, March 2, 2013 at the Harvard Law School in Austin North from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The full-day event will explore the contributions of the late Roger Fisher, co-founder of the Harvard Negotiation Project and … Read More
The Program on Negotiation will present an episode of The Advocates, an award winning television show created in 1969 by the late Roger Fisher. … Read More
“The Secret Talks That Led to the Fall of Apartheid”
with Michael Young
Date: Tuesday, March 6, 2012 Time: 7:30 – 9 PM
Where: Langdell North, Harvard Law School
Event is free and open to the public; Refreshments will be served Co-sponsored by: Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program, Program on Negotiation, Harvard Mediation Program, Harvard Negotiation Law Review, and Harvard … Read More
Professor Robert Bordone, director of the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program and Tobias Berkman, Associate of HNMCP, published an article in the Harvard Negotiation Law Review titled Negotiation Advice for the 112th Congress. To read the full article, click here. “There will be many post-mortems in the wake of the historic changes brought about … Read More
The Harvard Negotiation Law Review has just launched a new website! HNLR.org features a host of articles on Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration, and other dispute resolution topics, as well as archives of print editions of the journal and other ADR content. We are always looking for cutting edge material in the field … Read More