This article will explore the degree to which these two basic hypotheses have been substantiated. Statistical comparisons will be made between negotiation course performance and overall law school success. Comparisons of bargained results obtained in a Trial Advocacy class are made between students who had previously taken my Lawyer as Negotiator course and students who had not received such clinical training.
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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