Marjorie Corman Aaron is Professor of Practice and Director, Center for Practice at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, teaching courses in negotiations, client counseling, mediation, and decision analysis.
Ms. Aaron is an active mediator, arbitrator, and trainer in negotiation and dispute resolution in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is a mediator panelist, sustaining academic member of the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution, and serves on CPR's ADR Training Faculty.
Ms. Aaron is also an arbitrator for national panel of the American Arbitration Association, the CPR Institute of Dispute Resolution, and a regional mediator panelist for JAMS-ADR. She previously served on the Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management, the Ethics Commission of the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution, and the Publications Committee of the ABA Section on Dispute Resolution.
Until July, 1998, Ms. Aaron was the Executive Director of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School ("PON"), where she was also a lecturer teaching negotiation. Prior to joining PON, Ms. Aaron was a Vice President at Endispute (now known as JAMS-ADR) and a panel mediator for the Middlesex Multi-Door Courthouse. Ms. Aaron has mediated disputes involving general commercial contracts, employment, age and gender discrimination, business torts, products liability, personal injury, complex construction and design claims, corporate partnership, environmental claims and allocation issues, real estate and business valuation, real estate trusts, and medical, legal and other professional malpractice.
Ms. Aaron has designed and taught numerous workshops on mediation, negotiation, alternative dispute resolution, and litigation decision analysis for law firms, corporations and universities. She is the author of numerous articles, book chapters, cases, and guides in the field of negotiation, mediation and other forms of dispute resolution.