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Clinical Negotiating Achievement as a Function of Traditional Law School Success and as a Predictor of Future Negotiating Performance
Charles B. Carver
Charles B. Carver,
Clinical Negotiating Achievement as a Function of Traditional Law School Success and as a Predictor of Future Negotiating Performance,
1986 J. Disp. Resol.
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