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This document provides feedback from students who partcipated in the International Business Negotiations course at the Washington School of Law at American University. Generally, the students praise the course for its realistic perspective on the nature of transactional law and the experience of...
This student work provides an example of the final reflection paper assigned as part of the International Business Negotiations course at the Washington Law School at American University. The final paper helps to assess whether students participating in the program learned the appropriate skills...
This Class Diary provides insight into one student’s perspective on participating in the International Business Negotiations extended simulation course at Washington Law School at American University. The diary provides a day-by-day analysis of the course, as well as the negotiation process.
This presentation contains information pertinent to the extended simulation International Business Transactions Course at the Washington Law School at American University. The presentation addresses the model of the program, the embedded issues of the course, the teaching strategies required, as...
This article describes an innovative approach to educating law students about the legal issues and the role of lawyers in negotiating international business transactions. It is based on the authors’ experiences in developing and teaching a course that is built around a semester-long simulation...
This particular reading addresses the expectations and goals of the International Business Negotiations Course at the Washington College of Law at American University. The reading makes clear the four goals of the program: 1) to introduce students to the practice of business transactional law, 2)...
The syllabus contains required assignments, class policies, and general pertinent information for the International Business Negotiations course at the Washington School of Law at American University.

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