What is the King Hall Negotiations Team?

Alternative Dispute Resolution procedures are vital to the modern legal practice.

The King Hall Negotiations Team aims to educate the student body and members of the public regarding negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and other ADR options.  We accomplish this goal by hosting negotiation competitions and sponsoring workshops and guest speakers. We also prepare teams to compete in external negotiation and client counseling competitions. 

Membership on our award-winning Team serves to recognize and reward law students who have excelled in negotiation activities at the law school level.

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Congratulation to Prof. Shestowsky for Receiving St. John’s 2016 Mangano Dispute Resolution Advancement Award

Posted By Elaine Owen, Feb 9, 2016

Congratulation to KHNT faculty advisor Professor Donna Shestowsky for receiving the St. John’s 2016 Mangano Dispute Resolution Advancement Award. The $5000 annual award honors scholars whose published empirical research has furthered the advancement and understanding of the values and skills of dispute resolution. Professor Shestowsky was selected for her “groundbreaking empirical research” into the psychology of litigant preferences. KHNT is very fortunate to have a nationally respected dispute resolution and procedural justice scholar, as well as an all-around wonderful person, as our faculty advisor. The award is well deserved.

Please visit the St. John's University Page to read more about the award and more about Professor Shestowsk'y groundbreaking research.     

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King Hall Competes at ABA Negotiation National Finals

Posted By Elaine Owen , Feb 7, 2016

King Hall was well represented at the ABA Negotiation National Finals in San Diego California over the weekend of Feb. 5-6, 2016. Trevor Fehr '17 and Katie Rogers '17, along with coach Anna Barth '16, put in numerous hours sparring with fellow King Hall Negotiations Team members. Their hard work paid off as Katie and Trevor placed fifth, narrowly missing the final round after they lost a tie breaker. 
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