Mark Materna

Mark Materna
Mark Materna is receiving his Masters in Dispute Resolution and Juris Doctorate at Pepperdine University School of Law. He is currently studying international law and arbitration in London and has been published on the Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal. Upon graduation from law school, Mark plans on returning to the east coast to begin his legal career. He graduated cum laude from University of Pennsylvania and enjoys traveling, running, and speaks Polish!

A Revisited Melee – Part II

An Analysis of the U.S. and Arab-Islamic Cross-Cultural Conflict Surrounding the Park51 Community Center - Part II Read Part I By understanding the cultural aspects at work, it is possible to lay out guidelines for a mediation model that will be appropriate to use in...

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A Revisited Melee – Part I

An Analysis of the U.S. and Arab-Islamic Cross-Cultural Conflict Surrounding the Park51 Community Center: Part I In the aftermath of the attacks of September 11th, there has undoubtedly been a strain on U.S. and Arab-Islamic relations. While many attacks fueled by...

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Polish Round Table Talks – Part IV

Negotiation may be defined as a communication process by which parties resolve conflicts and put together deals.  While this process may help construct deals on a micro level in everyday life, it can also be useful on a macro level in shaping a nation’s...

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Polish Round Table Talks – Part III

Negotiation may be defined as a communication process by which parties resolve conflicts and put together deals.  While this process may help construct deals on a micro level in everyday life, it can also be useful on a macro level in shaping a nation’s...

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Polish Round Table Talks – Part II

Negotiation may be defined as a communication process by which parties resolve conflicts and put together deals.  While this process may help construct deals on a micro level in everyday life, it can also be useful on a macro level in shaping a nation’s...

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Polish Round Table Talks – Part I

Negotiation may be defined as a communication process by which parties resolve conflicts and put together deals.  While this process may help construct deals on a micro level in everyday life, it can also be useful on a macro level in shaping a nation’s...

read more
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