Professor Clark Freshman, a tenured professor of law at the University of California in San Francisco, is the world’s most sought-after speaker on detecting deception, reading nonverbal communication, and negotiation. His engagements include Bank of America financial advisors, over 1000 HR professionals in Kansas, the EAP at Pacific Gas and Electric Company, investigators at Edwards Life Sciences, account executives at Genentech, investment analysts at Blackrock, and federal and state judges. He is also an expert on interviewing and detecting lies in negotiations and investigations.
His academic research has appeared in journals at Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, and Cornell. He has been an invited speaker at Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School, Harvard Law School, Stanford Law School, and elsewhere. International media from Danish Broadcasting to PBS to the Wall Street Journal to Hong Kong magazines have covered his work. He also is an expert on mindfulness and taught it to lawyers, judges, and other professionals.
See Professor Clark Freshman Speak
Wednesday, June 12 | 9:30 am - 10:10 am
How To Know When You’re Being Lied To – and Get the Truth You Need To “Win” Any Negotiation
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