Author:
Nessa Boland
Subject:
Law
Material Type:
Case Study
Level:
College / Upper Division
Tags:
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Mediation
  • Negotiation
  • Simulation
    License:
    Creative Commons Attribution
    Language:
    English

    Kilmanagh Meadows

    Kilmanagh Meadows

    Overview

    Kilmanagh Meadows involves a two-party negotiation between neighbours over a dispute relating to noise pollution, boundary walls, and maintenance costs. This simulation can also be adapted for use as a mediation simulation. This simulation is designed for teaching and learning at third level, and works best where students have some experience and knowledge of negotiation and/or alternative dispute resolution (mediation).

    Kilmanagh Meadows allows students to move away from positional bargaining towards creating opportunities for mutual gain and value creation. Maintaining the relationship is a key concern for both parties, and students may choose to prioritise this in the negotiation. This simulation has a large ZOPA, allowing for a wide range of outcomes.

    Teaching Notes include General Instructions, Confidential Instructions for Liam MacManus and Confidential Instructions for James Canty. 

    Kilmanagh Meadows

    Kilmanagh Meadows involves a two-party negotiation between neighbours over a dispute relating to noise pollution, boundary walls, and maintenance costs. This simulation can also be adapted for use as a mediation simulation. This simulation is designed for teaching and learning at third level, and works best where students have some experience and knowledge of negotiation and/or alternative dispute resolution (mediation).

    Kilmanagh Meadows allows students to move away from positional bargaining towards creating opportunities for mutual gain and value creation. Maintaining the relationship is a key concern for both parties, and students may choose to prioritise this in the negotiation. This simulation has a large ZOPA, allowing for a wide range of outcomes.

    Teaching Notes include General Instructions, Confidential Instructions for Liam MacManus and Confidential Instructions for James Canty.