Posted By Elaine Owen, Feb 6, 2017
The King Hall Negotiations Team would like to thank everyone involved in the 10th Annual Intraschool Negotiations Competition over the weekend. We saw a lot of talent and hope that many will apply to be a part of KHNT next year!
Special congratulations to:
Posted By Elaine Owen, Jan 24, 2017
KHNT is hosting the 10th Annual Intraschool Negotiations Competition on Saturday, February 4th. This practitioner-judged competition is open to all class levels and is the only prerequisite to apply to join KHNT. Cost is $10 per team of two and limited to 30 teams. Teams are guaranteed to compete in two morning rounds with four teams moving to the final round in the afternoon. Co-chairs Bianca Rodriquez (email@example.com) or Moji Majekodunmi (firstname.lastname@example.org) are happy to answer any questions.
Posted By Elaine Owen, Sep 29, 2016
On September 24, 2015, the King Hall Negotiations Team hosted the Fifth Annual 1L Negotiation Competition at the UC Davis School of Law.
Students negotiated in teams of two. The teams were evaluated by members of KHNT, all of whom are second-year and third-year law students. Following two preliminary rounds, the four highest-scoring teams advanced to the third and final round. Selecting finalists proved difficult, as many skilled negotiators participated in this year's competition. Prior to the competition, students participated in a series of workshops and simulations geared towards helping them learn how to prepare for a negotiation.
The King Hall Negotiations Team congratulates the two winning teams, Priyam Desai '19 & Kim Angulo '19 and Alejandro Marin '19 & Stefan Weidemann '19, as well as finalists Ellen Simmons '19 & Molly Miram '19 and Dina Dimirjian '19 & Carina Novell '19.
Posted By Elaine Owen, Sep 15, 2016
The King Hall Negotiations Team will host our annual “Shark Week” from September 12th through September 16th, providing the opportunity for students and alumni to learn more about the application of negotiation tactics in a wide variety of professions. This year we were fortunate to have talented speakers who are widely recognized as among the top of their fields, they provided us with plenty to think about:
Posted By Elaine Owen, Sep 12, 2016
The first day of Shark Week saw a swarm of students schooling to a standing room only talk by Brendon Ishikawa. Mr. Ishikawa discussed finding solutions that are 'Better Than Fair & Equal." A big thank you to Mr. Ishikawa for leading such an engaging talk!