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Legal negotiation and related alternatives to court adjudication are the focus of this guide.

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JACOB is the Law Library's catalog, which includes books and journals. Search JACOB to find books and journals -- not articles -- in the collection of the Jacob Burns Law Library.

JACOB+ includes the GW Law Library's catalog as well as other materials and selected articles to which the Library has access. Please note that JACOB+ does not include all content from every database to which the Library subscribes, nor does it include articles that law students have access through GW's Gelman or Himmelfarb libraries. We recommend that you also search directly in the relevant research databases (for example, HeinOnline, Bloomberg Law, Lexis, Westlaw) and consult our research guides.

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If you cannot find what you're looking for in JACOB, you may borrow items from the WRLC (Washington Research Library Consortium), place an Interlibrary Loan request, or suggest a purchase for the Law Library.

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Search by Keyword or Subject

Useful terms for searching library catalogs, databases, and websites on negotiations and related topics include:

  • negotiation
  • settlement / nonsettlement
  • "uniform mediation act"
  • bargaining
  • "assisted negotiation"
  • "negotiation ethics"
  • "conflict resolution"
  • ADR / "alternative dispute resolution" / "dispute resolution"
  • mediation

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