Lecturer in Law
Jeremy McClane has experience with dispute resolution in the public and private contexts, both domestically and internationally. Domestically, Jeremy has taught negotiation courses at Harvard Law School, as well the Harvard Negotiation Institute. He has also taught negotiation courses for a number of private and public entities. Internationally, his professional experience includes working for the law firm of Allen & Overy in London and Paris, and Goldman Sachs International in London, where he conducted negotiations for a variety of international financial transactions primarily involving securities and derivatives.
He began his involvement in dispute resolution as a Fulbright Scholar studying the former Soviet Union, where he conducted a research project on democracy in post-communist countries. There he examined the dynamics between traditional and progressive political factions and their impact on economic reform efforts. His current research focuses on systems of business negotiations and financial transactions, as well as dispute settlement. He also studies the influence of technology in changing the nature of disputes and dispute resolution processes.
Jeremy is a graduate of Harvard Law School and of Michigan State University. Following law school Jeremy clerked for the Honorable Thomas Penfield Jackson of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, and the Honorable Richard J. Cardamone of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Jeremy is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.