2 years ago

5 May, 2016

Law 276

Organised by:
Law Society (UNSW)

Are you a 2nd year UG/PG Law student and wanting to find your negotiating voice?
Want to know where negotiations can take you?
Want to learn some skills but not sure what to expect from a competition?

The Clayton Utz Intermediate Negotiations Competition is kick-starting its year by holding Practice Rounds in Weeks 11 and 12!

In a team of two, students will have the opportunity to represent a client in a hypothetical dispute and through this, develop teamwork, creative problem solving and communication skills.

To set you up for success, there will be a Practice Workshop on Thursday, 5th of May featuring the incredibly talented 2016 Commercial Dispute Resolution Competition (CDRC) team who will be representing UNSW in Vienna! The session is an opportunity to find out more about practical skills and strategies for effective negotiating, and the value of the competition as a stepping stone for future intervarsity and international opportunities.

Attendance at the workshop is compulsory for those wishing to participate in the Practice Rounds.

Register here for the Practice Workshop: http://goo.gl/forms/j9BxpEXa4T

Looking forward to seeing you!