Noam Ebner




Noam Ebner is an associate professor at Creighton University’s School of Law, where he chairs the online master’s program in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution. He is a professional negotiator and negotiation consultant, an attorney, and a mediator. Originally from the U.S, he now divides his time between his home and office in Jerusalem, Israel and his teaching, training, and consulting activities in the U.S and abroad.

Noam has over a dozen years of experience teaching negotiation and conflict resolution at universities around the world; in addition to Israel and the U.S., he has been a visiting professor at Sabanci University in Turkey as well as at the U.N.’s University for Peace in Costa Rica.

Noam’s research interests include negotiation pedagogy, trust and its role in dispute resolution, and negotiation and mediation processes conducted online.

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In this course, participants will learn to apply negotiation strategies to a wide range of situations in their professional and personal lives—for better results, improved relationships, and enhanced decision-making.

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