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Negotiation Skills & Strategies for Everyday Bargaining

Monday, December 16 - Saturday, December 21, 2013

Free CLE Webinar for New York City Bar Members

 

Everything is a negotiation. The settlement of a lawsuit, terms of employment, multinational mergers and acquisitions, and whose responsibility it is to make the coffee. There has been extensive research into the underlying theories and psychological principles of why we behave the way we do and what underlies our decision making approach.

This information is a powerful tool to help you negotiate anything more strategically. And, from December 16th to the 21st, 2013, this program will be available FREE to City Bar members.

4.0 Skills Credit will provided - This webcast  provides 4.0 credits in skills for the New York State MCLE requirements.  This webcast does not provide transitional credit to newly admitted attorneys for the New York State MCLE requirements.

 

MEMBERS:

REGISTER NOW* and Enter Discount Code - memberbenefit

1- When you click on Register Now - Members please Add to Cart the  Members-Video-on demand
2- Att the Checkout Screen, Enter your discount code and hit Apply Discount
3- Log in with your CASEMAKER account and proceed to checkout - If you do not have a CASEMAKER account, please create one here
4- A confirmation email will be sent along with an email on how to access the program
5- Members - you will not be charged the $236, the program is free for you

 

NON-MEMBERS:
Non Member Cost: $256

To view this webinar for FREE and receive CLE credit - JOIN NOW (we will waive our one-time admission fee, pay just the semi-annual dues to join).

* In order to view this webinar, you will need to register with your CASEMAKER account. If you do not have a CASEMAKER account, please create your account here.
 

Free registrations will be monitored for members only.  We regret to inform you, if you use the discount code and are not a member of the New York City Bar, you will not receive CLE Credits for this program.