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Ms. Marjorie Corman Aaron

Professor of Practice, Director, Center for Practice

University of Cincinnati

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University of Cincinnati

McMicken Commons 2600 Clifton Avenue

Cincinnati, Ohio 45221

United States

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The University of Cincinnati's FETCHLABâ„¢ was the first institution the world to have the capability to teach animal audiology. The University of Cincinnati's Graduate School offers an Animal Audiology Certificate to qualified candidates. The educational ... more

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Professor of Practice, Director, Center for Practice

University of Cincinnati College of Law

Visiting Professor

University of Michigan Law School

Executive Director, Program On Negotiation

Harvard University

Senior Mediator and Vice President for Professional Development

Endispute Pty Ltd

Professor of Clinical Law



Clinical Law

Panel Mediator

Middlesex Multi-Door Courthouse


Harvard Law School

Princeton University


Princeton University


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Marjorie Corman Aaron

Author, Marjorie Corman Aaron, explains the applicable social sciences and translates insights from these fields into plain language to help improve a lawyer's ordering, timing, phrasing, and type of explanation, as well as style adjustments for the lawyer's voice, gesture, and body position. Ultimately, she demonstrates how the proverbial well-informed client--meaning a client who fully understands and appreciates the lawyer's information and advice--can also be a satisfied client who trusts the lawyer's competence and loyalty.
Readership: Lawyers; law students; dispute resolution practitioners
Marjorie Corman Aaron, Professor of Clinical Law, UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI, COLLEGE OF LAW
Marjorie Corman Aaron is Professor of Clinical Law and Director, Center for Practice at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where she teaches courses in negotiations, client counseling, mediation, and decision analysis. She is also an active mediator, arbitrator, and trainer in negotiation and dispute resolution in Cincinnati, Ohio, and previously served on the Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management, the Ethics Commission of the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution, and the Publications Committee of the ABA Section on Dispute Resolution. Until July, 1998, Marjorie Aaron was the Executive Director of the Program on Negotiation ("PON") at Harvard Law School, where she was also a lecturer teaching negotiation. Prior to joining PON, Ms. Aaron was a Vice President at Endispute (now known as JAMS-ADR), and a panel mediator for the Middlesex Multi-Door Courthouse. She has designed and taught numerous workshops on mediation, negotiation, alternative dispute resol and litigation decision analysis for law firms, corporations and universities. She is the author of numerous articles, book chapters, cases, and guides in the field of negotiation, mediation and other forms of dispute resolution.

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Dwight Golann [1] and Marjorie Corman Aaron [2]

Marjorie Corman Aaron
Professor of Clinical Law and Director, Center for Practice,
University of Cincinnati College of Law
[2] Marjorie Corman Aaron is a Professor of Clinical Law at the Uuiversity of
Ms. Aaron received a B.A. from Princeton University and a J.D. from
Harvard Law School. She is the co-author of MEDIATING LEGAL DISPUTES (2009), from
[11] For an explanation of how decision analysis can be used in mediation, see Marjorie C. Aaron, The Value of Decision Analysis in Mediation Practice, II NEGOTIATION J. 123 (1995); M. C. AARON, Chapter 8 in MEDIATING LEGAL DISPUTES, supra n, 3
by Dwight Golann and Marjorie Corman Aaron - 2010

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During a highly interactive morning session, CPR Faculty Professor Marjorie Corman Aaron offered strategies to meet the challenges of client-counseling, such as establishing connection, communicating complexity and uncertainty, and introducing "bad news" without damaging the client relationship. Author of Client Science: Advice for Lawyers on Counseling Clients on Bad News and Other Legal Realities (Oxford 2012), Professor Aaron drew upon research in the fields of communication, psychology, theater, emotion, and dispute resolution as well as more than two decades of mediation experience, extensive work with actors-as-clients, and teaching.

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