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Training in Online Dispute Resolution

Professor Noam Ebner

Noam is Professor of Negotiation and Conflict Resolution at Creighton University School of Law and also Online Graduate Program Chair at the School's Werner Institute.

Noam has authored many articles and book chapters on his research interests of negotiation pedagogy, trust and its role in dispute resolution, and negotiation and mediation processes conducted online.

Noam has practiced as an attorney, negotiator, and mediator at his own Jerusalem-based firm. He has trained mediators for the Israeli court system as well as playing key roles in a number of community mediation programs. He has conducted hundreds of workshops on negotiation and conflict resolution for a broad range of private sector industries, governmental agencies, NGOs, universities and non-profits.

Before joining the Creighton faculty, Prof. Ebner has had over a dozen years of experience teaching at universities around the world – in Israel, Turkey, Costa Rica and elsewhere. His most recent engagement in international education involved designing and teaching a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on negotiation, with over 2000 students enrolling from 87 countries.

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