Each negotiation consists of one 40-minute negotiation session, as well as two 5-minute self-analyses, and a 5 to 10-minute judges’ feedback session. Before each teams’ self-analysis, they are give 5-minutes outside of the competition room to analyze their performance and prepare for the self-analysis. During the negotiation, each team may take one break of no more than 5-minutes to confer outside of the competition room. During this break the 40-minute time clock does not stop.
As the semester gets underway, the MU Law Board of Advocates has a number of events coming up. Mark your calendars so you don't forget!read more
The MU Law Board of Advocates is proud to announce Aaron LaPlante and Henry Tanner as the winners of the 2012 Negotiation Competition!read more
The Board of Advocates is pleased to announce the Finalists of this year's Negotiation competition...read more
The MU Law Board of Advocates would like to congratulate the following students for advancing to the Semi-Final round of this year's Negotiation Competition....read more
All 3Ls and 2Ls may now begin registering for this year's Negotiation competition. Teams that are comprised of two 1Ls will not be able to register until tomorrow, September 12th at 2:00PM.read more
A big congratulations to this year's Negotiation winners!
1st: Tim Kingsbury & Alex Ricke 2nd: Kristen Sanocki & Darrion Walkerread more
Congratulations and best of luck to this year's Negotiation finalists!read more
Congratulations and best of luck to this year's Negotiation Semi-Finalists!read more
BOA is in need of two bailiffs (or one very generous person to serve two nights).read more
BOA needs bailiffs to keep time during the Negotiation Competition on September 19-21. Rounds each night are at 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00. You may sign up for as few or as many rounds per night as you want.read more