UCLA Law's Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Program promotes the understanding and management of the competition for scarce resources in legal, business and interpersonal settings. The Program both promotes the academic study of negotiation and conflict resolution and equips students with the analytical and practical tools necessary to forge mutually beneficial agreements and to resolve conflicts. Bringing together an interdisciplinary community of scholars and students from across UCLA and throughout Southern California, the Program advances the study of private and public transactions and disputes in both domestic and international arenas.
Our Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Colloquium brings leading scholars in the field from a range of disciplines including law, business, psychology, economics, political science, international relations, public policy and sociology to engage with the law school community, the practicing bar and the public. Presentations, held on Thursday evenings during the spring semester, are free and open to the public; no registration or enrollment is necessary to attend, and CLE credit is available at no charge. UCLA Law is a State Bar of California-approved MCLE provider. Papers that will be presented are usually posted on the website in advance of the presentations.