Adriel Borshansky is HNMCP’s Clinical Fellow, working on special research and writing projects within the Clinic and with Harvard Law School student practice organizations.
Adriel is a graduate of the Harvard Divinity School (HDS) where he earned a Masters in Theological Studies focusing on Judaism and Islam and was a co-founder of the HDS Racial Justice and Healing Initiative. While at HDS, Adriel trained with the Harvard Mediation Program and served as a board member for that organization, as well as a mediator in Boston courts. Adriel brings to HNMCP a long-standing interest in conflict management, having served as a facilitator and senior staff member for Seeds of Peace in both Maine and in the Middle East for four years. At the Seeds of Peace International Camp in Maine, he directed the arts education and interfaith dialogue programs. Before coming to HNMCP, Adriel taught at the School for Ethics and Global Leadership in Washington, DC. He received his undergraduate degree from Whitman College.