Negotiation is the most common process for the resolution of family law conflict. This on-demand program explores the natural tension in negotiation theory behind interest-based, rights-based, and competitive-based negotiations. When the practice of negotiation and the theory of these negotiation methodologies are placed in its proper context, a compromise exists in this tension and practical strategies between the two methodologies can emerge.
This on-demand program was originally presented as an in-person session on June 14, 2022, as part of our Advanced Negotiation Techniques for Family Lawyers program. Total running time is 44 minutes.
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Ken Proudman, BARR LLP
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Brad Mustard, Moe Hannah LLP
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