Proudly serving the Hawaiian Islands!
Call us for a Free Consultation: (808) 545-5855

UH Law School Family Law Negotiation Exercise – Fall 2015

Home
  ›  
Blog
  ›  
UH Law School Family Law Negotiation Exercise - Fall 2015
You are here:

UH Law School Family Law Negotiation Exercise – Fall 2015

16 Oct 2015 By There are no tags

It was a privilege to participate with UH Law Students in their family law negotiation exercise this Thursday, October 15, 2015. Thanks to Professor Pang for inviting me to join the panel of experienced practitioners, and thanks to the students and other panel members for the insights they provided. Negotiation models are of keen interest to me, and I appreciate the opportunity to speak on this topic with an interested and engaged group.

In particular, I referred the students to approaches detailed in two books I have found helpful:
1.) “Getting To Yes: Negotiation Agreement Without Giving In” by Roger Fisher and William Uri; and
2.) “So, What’s Your Proposal?” by Bill Eddy.

I have been fortunate to have been invited to participate two years in a row.

UHLawSchool

*Author: Justin L. Sturdivant, Esq.

Categories

© 2015, Smith and Sturdivant LLLC. All rights reserved.