Program Chair(s)

Trevor C.W. Farrow

Professor & Associate Dean (Academic), Osgoode Hall Law School, York University

Shannon Moldaver M.A. LL.B., LL.M. (ADR)

Shannon Moldaver Dispute Resolution Inc.

Full Day Bundle available for both Ethics in Negotiation and Advanced Ethics in Negotiation.

Get beyond “getting to yes” by navigating the ethical pitfalls that can derail any negotiation.

Ethical issues that arise in the course of a negotiation are not always obvious. But they can be fatal.

While there are many “how to negotiate” programs, this unique, interactive workshop will take you beyond ‘getting to yes’ and guide you through the ethical pitfalls that can undermine your negotiation. 

Using real life case studies and negotiation scenarios, over 3 interactive hours you will understand what “ethical negotiation” demands, learn to identify the key issues and acquire strategies for how to navigate them.

Plus! Get all of your 2021 professionalism hours in a half-day. NOTE: this session will not be recorded. Live attendance is required.

Choose between our foundations course or an advanced workshop. 

What You’ll Learn

How to anticipate and identify common ethical dilemmas

Practical strategies for how to manage these ethical issues and keep your negotiation on track for success

What the “Rules of Professional Conduct”, other standards and case law require of you at the negotiating “table”

Strategies for deciding on the “right” approach when ethical principles and other obligations collide

Where is the line between “hard” and “unethical” bargaining

How expectations regarding ethical practice vary

Who Should Attend

Legal professionals at all levels of experience and practice areas, including:

In-house counsel

Sole practitioners

Crown attorneys

Criminal defence lawyers

Government counsel

Articling students

Faculty

Program Chairs

Trevor C.W. Farrow

Professor & Associate Dean (Academic), Osgoode Hall Law School, York University

Shannon Moldaver M.A. LL.B., LL.M. (ADR)

Shannon Moldaver Dispute Resolution Inc.

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CPD and Accreditation

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CPD Hours
Format
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Program: Professionalism3h
Program: EDI30m
Program: Total3h 30m
Full Day: Professionalism6h
Full Day: EDI1h
Full Day: Total7h

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