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Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Transnational Negotiation Course to be offered in Kyiv
UA School of Law Professor Christopher Kelley, Fulbright Scholar in Ukraine (2005) will be traveling back to Kyiv once again to teach a two-credit course in Transnational Negotiation. The course will offer current UA law students an opportunity to develop cross-cultural negotiation skills in an international setting.
The course will take place over the fall break, and will be hosted by the Law Faculty of the Taras Shevchenko National University in Kyiv, Ukraine. Shevchenko has been ranked one of Ukraine's greatest universities, arguably the greatest. It is known for it's splendid, iconic red building across from Taras Shevchenko Park.
The University which is named for an iconic Ukrainian poet and artist, has a fascinating history beginning with it's establishment in 1834. Students will negotiate with Shevchenko law students, and visit many of Kyiv's cultural and historical landmarks.Enrollment for this unique course is limited. Interested students should contact Professor Christopher Kelley by email at firstname.lastname@example.org .