More LIRA Videos

I have had some wonderful conversations in my LIRA book tour and made videos of some of them.

Considering the challenges of synchronous instruction these days, faculty may want to assign some of these videos as asynchronous “guest lectures” and/or make-up assignments if students or faculty have to miss some classes.

Here’s a list of videos that I added after posting the original collection.

Negotiation Models and Component Variables.  This is a conversation with Michaela Keet about three “models” of negotiation (counteroffer, interest-and-option, and norm-based processes).  More importantly, it focuses on component variables of the models including the parties’ goals, friendliness of the negotiators, communication process, source of norms, whether there is an effort to create or claim value, and the use of power.  University of Saskatchewan College of Law.   September 2019.  15 minutes.

Negotiation in the Shadow of Arbitration.  This is a conversation with my Missouri colleague, Amy Schmitz, as part of  her “Arbitration Conversations” series on  August 2020.  22 minutes.

Assessment in Dispute System Design and Legal Practice.  This is a conversation with Rafael Gely for his Dispute System Design course.   University of Missouri.  September 2020.  45 minutes.

Working with Clients, Assessing BATNA Values, and Developing Bottom Lines.  In Jim Lawrence’s and Brandon Schrecengost’s Legal Negotiation course, I answered great questions from students.  University of Houston.  September 2020.  1 hour.

Southern District of New York Mediator Book Club Discussion of LIRA Book. This was a very lively conversation with experienced mediators about issues raised in the LIRA book.  September 2020.  1 hour 25 minutes.

This post includes details about all the other videos of conversations related to the book.

Keep your eye out for more videos in the coming weeks and months.

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