Teaching Materials

 

In collaboration with the Warren E. Burger Law Library, the Center for Negotiation and Justice is making available simulations and other teaching materials for faculty members and instructors at no cost.  The materials are for courses and workshops on negotiation, drafting and revising, resolving conflict and dispute resolution, and client counseling.

Simulations are now available for faculty and instructors. The simulations include both transactional and dispute resolution scenarios designed for law students, lawyers, business executives, community members, and youth (junior and senior high school students).  The simulations include a wide variety of subject matter, complexity and activities. Each simulation includes teaching materials with instructions, learning objectives and suggestions for some debrief and discussion points.

You can access the simulations here . Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or feedback. We look forward to hearing from you.

SPECIAL UPDATE — William Mitchell’s Transactional LawMeet® team wins the national championship.


The Center for Negotiation and Justice was founded by William Mitchell College of Law and Alignor, an international negotiation firm that provides training and consulting to corporate, governmental and NGO clients across the world.