Negotiation: how to ethically get to yes
Course ID CN170343_MAN1
This webinar will explore the opportunities and challenges of developing and implementing important ethical negotiation and drafting skills and strategies – critical for any reflective practitioner in the age of e-contracts where the demands of time and efficiency often overtake a considered approach. The webinar will also address the importance of ethical independence for practitioners in any modern technologically driven legal practice.
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College of Law Alumni and Law Society Members receive a 10% discount on the price.
Full Price $120.00
Alumni/Member Price $108.00
31 March 2017
31 March 2017
9.30am - 10.30am AEDST
About This Course
This webinar complies with the mandatory area of Ethics and Professional Responsibility.
Dr Michael Nancarrow
Senior Lecturer and Adjunct Research Fellow, CQ University
Dr Michael Nancarrow received his PhD in Law from the University of NSW in 2010. He has previously also studied at Macquarie University, the University of Sydney and Oxford University. His professional and academic expertise in legal education and in his early law practice experience has been in property law. Michael has written 2 theses in this field: LLB (Hons) dissertation on the Torrens system and land-based cadastres and his PhD thesis on the regulation and governance of community housing. He has delivered conference papers and published in this field as well, including in Halsburys’ Laws of Australia. His professional career started in the Commonwealth Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet during the Hawke government. Michael has also worked in private legal practice with the international firm of Baker & McKenzie and subsequently with Ross Tzannes (foundation author of the NSW Strata Titles loose leaf service and property law teacher at the University of Sydney Law School for 10 years) in the firm of Pryor, Tzannes and Wallis in Sydney.
Michael has taught at a range of universities and Law Schools in Australia and been a Visiting Fellow at Stanford Law School (USA) and Osgoode Hall Law School (Canada). Since 2013 he became more intensively involved in online legal education, through teaching into the CQUniversity online LLB program and taking responsibility for the property law courses within the CQU LLB program.
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