Kyle Glover

Lecturer on Law

Spring 2017

Biography

Kyle Glover is a Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School, a practicing attorney at the firm Pierce Atwood LLP, and a consultant on negotiation and dispute resolution. At Harvard, he teaches a section of the spring Negotiation Workshop, while his law practice focuses on negotiating complex intellectual property and technology transactions. In his consulting and teaching practice, Kyle designs and conducts workshops and retreats for non-profit and for-profit companies and leads the teaching team each summer for the Basic Negotiation Course at the Harvard Negotiation Institute.

In addition to a broad interest in the negotiation challenges and opportunities facing practicing attorneys, Kyle is interested in the role that narratives and values play in disputes and dispute resolution.

In his free time, Kyle enjoys photography, swing dancing, and spending time with his wife and twin daughters.

Kyle J. Glover, Peter J. Guffin and Sara M. Benjamin, Foreword: Who’s Governing Privacy? Regulations and Protection in a Digital Era, 66 Me. L. Rev. 366 (2014).
Categories:
Technology & Law
Sub-Categories:
Information Privacy & Security
Type: Article
Kyle J. Glover, Separating the Problem from the People: A New Framework for Conflict Resolution, Paper presented at the Auschwitz Institute for Genocide Prevention to officers of the U. S. Army, Oswiecim, Poland (June 25, 2010).
Categories:
Civil Practice & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Negotiation & Alternative Dispute Resolution
,
Dispute Resolution
Type: Presentation
Abstract
Paper presented at the Auschwitz Institute for Genocide Prevention to officers of the U. S. Army.
Kyle J. Glover & E. Ashley Harris, Capturing the Advantages of Interest-Based Bargaining: Labor Negotiations at Harvard, 13 Perspectives on Work 36 (2009).
Categories:
Civil Practice & Procedure
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Labor & Employment
Sub-Categories:
Dispute Resolution
,
Negotiation & Alternative Dispute Resolution
,
Labor Law
Type: Article
Kyle J. Glover, Pathway, Not Stopgap: Climate as a Down Payment on Sustainable Development, in 17 Papers on International Environmental Negotiation 135 (William R. Moomaw, Lawrence E. Susskind & Laurie Toupin eds., 2009).
Categories:
Environmental Law
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Civil Practice & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Negotiation & Alternative Dispute Resolution
,
Climate Change
Type: Book

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