Marjorie Corman Aaron is Professor of Practice and director of the Center for Practice at the College of Law where she teaches client counseling, negotiation, decision analysis, trial practice, mediation, and alternative dispute resolution.
Aaron is the author of "Client Science: Advice for Lawyers on Counseling Clients through Bad News and Other Legal Realities" (Oxford 2012) and "Risk and Rigor: A Lawyer’s Guide to Decision Trees for Assessing Cases and Advising Clients" (DRI Press 2019), and numerous articles, chapters, simulations, and videos. Her websites, clientsciencecourse.com and riskandrigor.com, provide course materials and resources for educators and lawyers in client counseling and decision analysis.
Aaron has mediated and arbitrated disputes involving employment, business tort, contracts, and fraud, real estate, products liability, personal injury, and financial sector issues. Formerly executive director of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and senior mediator at Endispute, Inc. (now JAMS), Aaron practiced as a litigator at Goodwin Procter and an A.D.A in Massachusetts. She is a graduate of Harvard Law School and Princeton University.