experiential learning negotiation simulation cross-discipline clinical education
This article discusses the creation and implementation of a cross-discipline negotiation simulation project designed by two law professors at Ohio Northern University Claude W. Pettit College of Law. The project bridged the gap between podium classes and clinical experience, exposing two separate groups of students to new subject areas. Professors Lauren E. Bartlett and Karen Powell brought together two distinct law classes, one doctrinal tax class and one pretrial litigation skills class, to exercise legal skills, and learn substantive and procedural law from their classmates, while acting as an attorney or a client in a simulated negotiation.
Powell, K.E. and Bartlett, Lauren, Bridging the Gap: A Joint Negotiation Project Crossing Legal Disciplines (November 6, 2016). Touro Law Center’s Journal of Experiential Learning, Vol. 2, Winter 2017.