Harvard Negotiation Law Review
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It requires little reflection to recognize that the word “terror” has saturated popular and academic discourse. This newly prominent yet age-old form of warfare has redefined the modern legal landscape on a domestic and international level, while simultaneously striking fear in the hearts of millions.
There is a hole in our arbitral system. Despite being among the most efficient and prevalent means of resolving commercial disputes, and one generally favored by courts, arbitration is dangerously susceptible to the problem of nonpayment.
In November 2003, in a 4-3 decision, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court held that Hillary and Julie Goodridge, a same-sex couple, were entitled to marry.
Our Symposium on February 28, 2015 discussing Restorative Justice was a success! Thank you to all of our wonderful speakers and attendees. Please see the Symposium 2015 page to see recaps and videos from each of the panels and the opening, afternoon, and keynote address.
The 2015 HNLR Symposium, Restorative Justice: Theory Meets Application, is next Saturday, February 28th at 9 a.m. in Austin Hall North. Senator Jamie Eldridge will give the keynote address. Speakers include Hon. John Cratsley, Hon. Janine Geske, Mark Umbreit, Daniel Van Ness, and many more. Register and find out more details here. We look forwardRead more
The Harvard Negotiation Law Review (HNLR) invites you to participate in our inaugural student note competition. Entrants are invited to write about any topic related to Alternative Dispute Resolution, including negotiation, mediation, arbitration, dispute systems design, conciliation, restorative justice, and facilitation.