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About the Webinar
Be it bargaining for a better price for clothes at a shop, or getting a salesman to throw in free maintenance while purchasing a new refrigerator, or trying to get a higher salary at a new company you’re joining – negotiation is everywhere!
From a simple conversation with friends, family, or service providers, to a drafting of any agreement, or commercial contract – there are conflicting interests between people all the time. These conflicts can result in significant financial, emotional, and time-related losses, for everyone involved. It is thus important to know how to negotiate well. You can save time, resources, effort, and arrive at a mutually agreeable, as well as beneficial outcome, for everyone!
In this webinar, you will learn the mindset, skills, and techniques one requires to be a good negotiator. Additionally, you will learn the basic elements and features of any negotiation. These lessons will help you understand and navigate negotiations in future.
The speakers will also share some tips to ace negotiation.
Click here to register for the Webinar: https://lawc.to/acHkz
How to be a Good Negotiator – Simple Tricks and Techniques
- Date: September 26, 2021 (Sunday)
- Time: 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
- Platform: Zoom (link will be sent upon registration)
About the Speakers
Shreyangshi Gupta is a graduate of WBNUJS, Kolkata, and an ADR-ODR International Accredited Civil-Commercial Mediator. Her team was adjudged the ‘Winner’ at the 12th NLS NMC ‘19, Bengaluru, and the ‘Top 28’ at 22nd International Negotiation Competition ‘19, Tokyo.
She has also judged various ADR competitions organized by law schools such as GLC, Mumbai, MNLU, Mumbai, NLSIU, Bengaluru, and WBNUJS, Kolkata. She has worked with law firms, including Trilegal, (Dispute Resolution Team), and AQUILAW, Kolkata (Corporate Team). Presently, Shreyangshi is pursuing her passion for writing, editing, and legal ed-tech, as a Content Developer at Lawctopus Law School.
Akanksha Mishra is an independent litigator, practicing at the Bombay High Court, Nagpur Bench. She handles a variety of matters in the field of real estate, arbitration, and commercial litigation.
Akanksha has also been the corporate counsel for PSUs and start-up companies, where she has worked on diverse facets of legal transactions including drafting of agreements, conducting due diligence, etc. She is also the president of an NGO working for the transformation of government schools.
Presently, Akanksha is associated with Lawctopus Law School and is passionate about teaching.
Agenda for the Webinar
- 4:30 PM – 4:40 PM: Brief introduction to negotiation
- 4:40 PM – 4:55 PM: Elements and features of any negotiation
- 4:55 PM – 5:20 PM: Mindset, skills, and techniques required to be a good negotiator
- 5:20 PM – 5:30 PM: Some tips to ace negotiation (in competitions, as well as in real life)
- 5:30 PM – 5:45 PM: Briefing about the Contract Drafting and Negotiation Course, by Lawctopus Law School
- 5:45 PM – 6:00 PM: Doubt-clearing and discussions
Who can Attend?
- Law Students
- Legal Professionals
- Anybody who is interested to learn about the basics of negotiation
- Interested candidates can register for the webinar by clicking n the link given at the end of this post.
- Registration Fee: The webinar is open and free for all!
Certificates will not be provided.
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