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Author Archives: Lisa Brem
Police-Community Dialogue: The Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program Releases Innovative Resource on Facilitation
The Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program has produced a new video resource on facilitation entitled “Police-Community Dialogue: A Facilitated Conversation Featuring Commentary with Harvard Law School Professor Robert C. Bordone”. The resource, which can be purchased on HLS Case … Continue reading
Photo by: Brooks Kraft Post by: Jackie Kim and Lisa Brem Why should legal educators use case studies and other experiential teaching methods, such as role plays and simulations, in their classes? Hasn’t the Langdell method served legal education well … Continue reading
Fitting meaningful learning into one class period can be challenging. Below, five of our best Negotiation & Mediation Roleplays are represented that can be taught in two-hours or less.
Photo used under Creative Commons Licensing U.S. Defense Taskforce, a newly released negotiation simulation from the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program (HNMCP), explores group decision-making processes in a multi-party negotiation. Lisa Dicker ’17 and Kathleen Kelly ’17 of Harvard … Continue reading
Image used under Creative Commons Licensing The financial crisis of the late 2000’s has just hit and more than 10 million homes have been foreclosed upon in the matter of a few years. The American public is outraged and demanding … Continue reading
New Product: YNMCP Alonzo Emery at Renmin University of China Law School (Photo via Harvard Law Bulletin) In a new negotiation role play from the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program (HNMCP), the world’s leading clothing company is a client … Continue reading
Photo used under Creative Commons Licensing, Allen & Overy London Headquarters Leadership in Law Firms: Hidden Hierarchies Harvard Law School | The Case Studies is happy to announce a brand new case study based on the exciting research conducted by Professor … Continue reading
Last summer and fall, the Case Studies Program at Harvard Law School set out to learn more about what kinds of teaching methods and materials law school professors used. We sent out surveys to approximately 1,000 faculty and deans at … Continue reading
Case Study in Criminal Law May 14, 2011. Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the director of the International Monetary Fund and front runner in the French presidential campaign, was handcuffed and led off an Air France flight as it sat on the tarmac … Continue reading
New Product: Reputation, Credibility, and the Goldstone Report by Amanda Reilly, Lisa Brem, and Elizabeth Moroney When the United Nations published the Goldstone Report assessing the 2008 Israeli military strike in Gaza, it (and its main author, Jewish South African … Continue reading