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Mediation & Negotiation

  • Professor Robert Mnookin and Susan Hackley

    Online and on the road

    September 1, 2005

    A quarter-century after "Getting to Yes," Harvard's Program on Negotiation is refining the art and sharing it with the world.

  • Professor Robert Mnookin '68 and Israeli lawyer Ehud Eiran lead the seminar.

    The Other Side of the Story

    September 1, 2004

    On a day when Israeli and Palestinian forces clashed in Gaza and negotiations in the region were at a standstill, a group of Harvard Law students in a classroom half a world away examined some of the challenges that have made the negotiation process so difficult in the Middle East and other lands torn by ethnic and religious strife.

  • Erica Fox

    Getting to Wisdom

    April 1, 2004

    Last spring, Erica Fox started the Harvard Negotiation Insight Initiative at HLS's Program on Negotiation to explore "what mindfulness and the great wisdom traditions have to teach us in the negotiation and dispute resolution field."

  • Guhan Subramanian

    Both Sides Now

    April 24, 2003

    By the time Guhan Subramanian J.D./M.B.A. '98 left the Harvard Business School faculty for the HLS faculty last summer, Harvard Law School had transformed the 1L experience from when he was a student.

  • The World Court

    July 1, 2001

    By the 20th time Wade Coriell ’01 argued for this year’s Philip C. Jessup International Moot Law Court Competition, he was certain he could respond…

  • Bargain Hunting

    September 28, 2000

    In his new book, Professor Robert Mnookin '68 urges lawyers to negotiate with the aim of solving problems without resorting to hard-bargaining tactics.

  • Death in Texas

    April 25, 2000

    Sandra Babcock '91 fought long and hard on behalf of client Stanley Faulder, a Canadian citizen who spent 22 years on death row, employing a novel legal argument in her struggle to save his life.

  • Revisiting Fuller’s Famous Spelunkers

    July 28, 1999

    Were four entrapped spelunkers, whose hunger ultimately drove them to eat the fifth member of their group, guilty of murder, and should their sentence—death by hanging—be upheld?