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Legal Research on Negotiation

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This article addresses the study of negotiation in the legal context, discussing the methodology used by legal academics studying negotiation. It describes in brief the nature of current legal scholarship concerning negotiation and discusses potential obstacles to studying negotiations between lawyers. The article identifies two challenges for the study of negotiation in the legal setting: the institutional problems stemming from the current nature of legal scholarship and the methodological problems inherent in empirical study of the practice of law. The article offers ways in which empirical work on negotiation can contribute to legal academia, highlighting several areas in which further empirical research would be useful.


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