Want to stretch your understanding of law, business, and international relations? Want to experience a weekend in Warsaw, Poland? Now's your chance!
Two teams from Texas Tech, each made up of three law or graduate business students, will apply to the Warsaw Negotiation Round, an international law and economics competition. If a team is accepted, those team members will work with a coach to prepare themselves for the fast-paced, real-world negotiating scenarios they are likely to face during the three-day competition. The competition will be held in Warsaw, Poland, on April 26-28, 2013. Don't miss out on your chance to go up against the best the international law and business world has to offer!
From the competition website:
"Warsaw Negotiation Round is Central Europe’s first and one of the few worldwide international negotiation competitions for students from leading law and business schools all over the world. Negotiating teams have the opportunity to participate in realistic business scenarios, created by specialists. Within 3 days tournament they have chance to compare and improve their negotiation skills, which are crucial in the day-to-day business situations. This is also occasion to prove themselves working under pressure and their ability to work in a team. The skills are proved in several rounds, each of which aim is to apply the most compelling negotiation methods and strategies during the first few rounds. Then the participants have to present them in the final round, when they will be judged by international jury composed of lawyers, professors of Warsaw School of Economics, other participating colleagues, and other business representatives. Warsaw Negotiation Round is also great chance due to its worldwide character to meet and share experiences with fellow students from other countries and cultures."
Applications will be available in the Board of Barristers office, or you can email Jessica Haseltine. Your completed application, along with a current resume, must be emailed to email@example.com by Wednesday, January 23rd.