Harvard Negotiation Law Review
A Harvard Law School Student Publication
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By Jacqueline Nolan-Haley and James Kwasi Annor-Ohene Abstract Ghana enacted comprehensive alternative dispute resolution legislation in 2010 with the specific goals of providing access to justice and promoting domestic and foreign direct investment (The Act). A significant aspect of the Act was the inclusion of customary arbitration and mediation. The focus […]
Our Symposium on March 1, 2014 discussing Political Dialogue and Civility in an Age of Polarization was a success! Thank you to all of our wonderful presenters and attendees. Head over to the Symposium 2014 page to see recaps, photos, and videos from each of the panels and the keynote address.
Political Dialogue and Civility in an Age of Polarization Saturday, March 1 9:00-9:15am Welcome message from Dean Minow 9:15-10:15am Panel: Political Discourse, How It Has Changed, and Why It Is the Way It Is Panelists: Jim Flug, Peter Ambler, and Tom Bonier Moderator: Nancy Welsh 10:15-10:45am Response Panel Panelists: Bob Bordone, […]
By John Miller Men and women often experience negotiation differently. In fact, many patriarchal societal inequalities play out during negotiations, particularly when men and women negotiate with each other. Researchers like Linda Babcock, Hannah Riley Bowles, and Sara Laschever, to name just a few, have written extensively about how gendered […]