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Dorit Perry

Santa Clara University School of Law
Adjunct Professor of Law, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
Los Altos Hills, CA, USA


Dorit Perry, an international attorney, has over 25 years of experience in business communications, negotiations and conflict resolution.  She led global initiatives at Intel Corporation, negotiated world-wide contracts and as a Finance Controller was responsible for the $600M Pentium ™ Processor budget.

Currently, she is on the Adjunct Faculty of Santa Clara University Law School where she lectures on Dispute Resolution and Negotiation.  Dorit also serves as Adjunct Faculty in the Leavey Business School training MBA students in Communication and Negotiation.

Dorit serves as a judge in the annual International Chamber of Commerce Mediation Competition in Paris. She also provides mediation services to the Superior Court and volunteers in the community helping to solve conflict.

Dorit has been appointed to the State Bar Committee on Alternative Dispute Resolution and is a Fulbright Specialist in the field of Conflict Resolution.  Dorit is a graduate of Boalt Hall Law School at the University of California, Berkeley and has also completed the Harvard Negotiation Program’s “Negotiating to Yes” Seminar. 

Dorit Perry is associated with the following items:
CHB Chapters  CHB Chapters Understanding the Ethics of Negotiation (PowerPoint slides) - Basic Negotiation Skills 2018, Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Negotiation Tactics Questionnaire Tally Sheet - Basic Negotiation Skills 2018, Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Negotiation Tactics Questionnaire (March 2015) - Basic Negotiation Skills 2018, Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Ethics Rules Excerpts - Basic Negotiation Skills 2018, Wednesday, January 10, 2018
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