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.
Just a reminder, for those of you planning to compete in the BOA Negotiation Competition, sign-ups are tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. outside the BOA office. There is often a line, so get here early!read more
Just a reminder, for those of you that are interested in competing in the Negotiation Competition this semester, there is an informational meeting today, September 9, at 1:00pm in Room 4.read more
For those of you that are interested in competing in the Negotiation Competition this semester, there is an informational meeting on Friday, September 9, at 1:00pm in Room 4. The negotiation competition is a great way to get involved with the Board of Advocates as this is a competition that students at all levels can participate in. If you are interested in participating, we strongly encourage you to attend the informational meeting this Friday. The competition is set for September 19-21 starting at 7:00pm each night. Sign-ups for the...read more