Summary

Negotiation is a fundamental skill that legal practitioners practice every day, whether that be on behalf of themselves, a client or a colleague. Participating in the 2019 USC LSA Negotiation Tournament will provide competitors with valuable experience before they are required to put it to use as a legal professional. Most importantly however, competing gives students an opportunity to build relationships and friendships whilst practicing legal skills in a stress-free environment.

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Documents & Info

The following relevant documents are available for download by hyperlink:

The USC LSA will be hosting the Negotiation Workshop in conjunction with the Law School. Attend the workshop to find out everything you need to know about competing in the competition. The How To workshop will be held on April 10 from 3:30pm-5:30pm in the Moot Court.After the session, the power point slides as well as the Judging Score Sheet from the workshop will be posted here.

The information presented in the workshop is now available to view via the following links:

For more information about the Negotiation Competition, please contact the VP of Competitions, Mikayla Griffin, via: competitions@usclsa.com .

Registrations have now closed. Good luck to all teams competing!!

 

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HSF - NLU Delhi International Negotiation Competition

In 2016, the USC LSA was invited to send a negotiation team to the HSF - NLU Delhi International Negotiation Competition in New Delhi, India.  The competition took place from 9 - 12 September 2016 and saw 28 universities from more than 16 countries compete for the championship. The USC team, comprised of the winners of the USC Negotiation Competition, Dave Knobel and Callum Lee, won the championship after beating the Australian National University in the Grand Final

The USC LSA has secured funding from the University to send this year's winners of the Negotiation Competition to represent us in India again this year.