Via the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program
In December, the Harvard Law School Case Studies site added a new HNMCP negotiation case to it’s repertoire—the Hesperia Seed Initiative. This latest simulation, has been years in the making, undergoing many classroom tests and iterations before publication. In this multiparty role play stakeholders negotiate the terms of an agricultural initiative regarding genetically modified seeds.
Faculty author Professor Robert Bordone sat down to talk with the HLS Case Studies blog about the process and the possibilities of writing a simulation. Read more here.
You can order the case here.
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