Randy Lowry: Hesitations to Teach Negotiation in Law Schools – Video

Randy Lowry discusses why law school academics might be resistant to teaching the negotiation skill set. It’s not something they themselves will practice and their main responsibility is to teach how to be and to think like a lawyer.

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L. Randolph Lowry

As the President of Lipscomb University in Nashville and as founder and former director of the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, Professor Randy Lowry is one of the nation's leaders in the dispute resolution field. As a professor he provides academic leadership to Pepperdine's extensive dispute resolution program, and is… MORE >

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