Ɓukasz Rozdeiczer

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lrozdeic  at  law.harvard.edu

Lukasz Rozdeiczer is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Georgetown University Law Center and an Associate of Dispute Resolution Program at the Program on Negotiation, Harvard Law School. He is also working for the World Bank as a consultant on introducing alternative methods of commercial dispute resolution in various countries.

Professor Rozdeiczer holds Magister Iuris (summa cum laude) from the Warsaw University, School of Law and Administration; a Diploma in British and European Legal Studies from Cambridge and Warsaw Universities (summa cum laude); and a LL.M. from Harvard Law School. He is writing his Ph.D. at the Warsaw University on introducing commercial mediation to the Polish Legal System (Code of Civil Procedure). Lukasz?s research includes commercial dispute resolution, negotiation and deal-making including mergers and acquisition, as well as law and economics. Formerly, Lukasz was a Senior Fellow on Law and Negotiation at Harvard Law School, where he was co-teaching negotiation and was a trainer and training director of Harvard Mediation Program. Before coming to the U.S. Lukasz practiced law in international law firms in Warsaw. Among other publications, he is a co-author of a Workbook on Multiparty Negotiation and many other scholarly articles in international and Polish literature. Lukasz is admitted to the New York Bar and as mediator in courts of Massachusetts. He is a member of the Polish Bar Association (Advocate?s apprentice), the American Bar Association, the European Association of Law and Economics and an expert of the Sobieski Institute (think-tank).



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