Sidebar 2016 Lawrence Lecturer Marya Kolman Presents Principals in Practice: Finding Your Effective Negotiation Style
On Sept. 21, at noon in Saxbe Auditorium at the Moritz College of Law, Marya Cody Kolman, director of mediation services for the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas Division of Domestic Relations and Juvenile Branch, will apply negotiation theory to practice and illustrate how negotiators can pair negotiation methods with personal conflict behavior during her presentation for the 2016 Lawrence Lecture. She will leverage decades of experience as a negotiator and mediator to highlight effective and ineffective negotiation styles. Click here to register for this event.
Kolman serves as an adjunct professor with the Moritz College of Law for the Inter-professional Care Seminar and the Legal Negotiations class. Previously, she practiced as a mediator and attorney in private practice, served as a law clerk for Justice Craig Wright of the Ohio Supreme Court, was a supervising attorney in the clinical programs at Moritz, and served as a staff attorney for the Legal Aid Society of Columbus. For the past 10 years, Kolman has served as faculty adviser for the Moritz student teams participating in the ABA’s Representation-in-Mediation Competition. She is a frequent lecturer and trainer on mediation and negotiation topics.
Kolman earned her J.D. from Yale Law School and her B.A. in social work from the Pennsylvania State University. She is the past p;resident of the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR), an international organization of conflict resolution professionals.
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