Harvard Negotiation Law Review is aimed specifically at lawyers and legal scholars. Issues covered include decision analysis, litigation settlement, and mediator roles, strategies and tactics, the lawyer’s role as a problem solver, reconsideration of legal education in light of negotiation, and case studies of innovative negotiation and mediation systems.
Published by the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. International and multidisciplinary articles on the theory, analysis, practice, and instruction of negotiation, mediation, and conflict resolution. Also includes articles on the economic, legal, psychological, pedagogical, sociological, institutional, and theoretical aspects of dispute resolution.
Westlaw. Coverage from 1993 but also available in Hein Online. The Journal of Dispute Resolution is published by the University of Missouri School of Law in conjunction with the Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution. The Journal was established in 1984 and is recognized as the leading legal publication in the area of alternative dispute resolution.
Hein Online. Coverage includes vols.1 - 36 (1985-2020). The JDR is the official law journal of the American Bar Association's Section on Dispute Resolution and is a major component of the college's nationally recognized program on Alternative Dispute Resolution. Furthermore, the JDR is the most cited journal in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Published by AMACOM, the book publishing division of the American Management Association. Topics include What makes global negotiations different?, Ten powerful strategies for negotiating around the world, Four most difficult challenges faced by global negotiations (and how to deal with them), then a breakout for negotiating in specific countries and regions of the world.
CBI is a nonprofit organization that helps leaders collaborate to solve complex problems. Experts in facilitation, mediation, capacity building, citizen engagement, and organizational strategy and development. See their CBI Reports, News & Resources, and Blog.
Published in the Academy of Management Review, 2021. "A pervasive phenomenon in the workplace is that men appear eager to show how “tough” they are as negotiators. We introduce the Masculinity Effects in Negotiations model to explain men’s negotiation behaviors and outcomes...With our model, we advance a novel explanation for gender differences in negotiations and expand the understanding of men’s workplace behaviors and outcomes (e.g., their pay, position, and reputation)."
Practicing Law Institute (PLI) provides continuing legal education programs and materials. This set covers negotiation types and processes. ethics, strategizing for negotiation, negotiating with a better negotiation, and mediation for lawyers. Browse other sets of "Negotiation Skills" under the "Related Content" tab.