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Public International Law & Policy Group

Semester: 2019 Fall

Project Type: Consensus Building Effort, Curriculum Development

Students: Brooke Davies, Nicholas Friedel, and Patrick Maxwell

The Public International Law & Policy Group (PILPG), a 2005 Nobel Peace Prize nominee, operates as a non-profit, global pro bono law firm with a proven record of providing expert guidance to parties engaged in peace processes. In recent years, PILPG has experienced an increase in clients operating as a coalition and/or seeking to build… More

Restorative Response Baltimore

Semester: 2018 Fall

Project Type: Curriculum Development

Students: Eric Herst and Malorie Frayssinet

Restorative Response Baltimore (RRB) is a conflict resolution and community building organization that provides ways for people to collectively and effectively resolve and prevent conflict. A primary focus of their work in Baltimore over the last twenty years has been preventing school push out and thwarting the school-to-prison pipeline. In line with this mission, RRB… More