For Clients

We serve client organizations like yours—corporations, non-profits, government agencies, community groups—facing real world challenges that would benefit from strategic negotiation and conflict management advice, or dispute resolution system evaluation and design. A team of our students, trained in both the theory and practice of dispute resolution, will spend a semester exercising their skills and knowledge on behalf of your organization and receive academic course credit for their work.

For a fuller listing of our clients, please see Our Projects. To find out more about working with HNMCP, visit our Becoming a Client page.

2017 Fall Projects

InnerCity Weightlifting

Semester: 2017 Fall

Project Type: Dispute System Design

Students: Shayan Edalati & Anne Thoma

InnerCity Weightlifting (ICW) reduces youth violence by connecting proven-risk young people with new networks and opportunities, including meaningful career tracks in and beyond personal training. At ICW, we use the gym to replace segregation and isolation with economic mobility and social inclusion, disrupting the system that leads to urban street violence. InnerCity Weightlifting (ICW) reduces… More

New Hampshire Office of Mediation & Arbitration

Semester: 2017 Fall

Project Type: Dispute System Design

Students: Margaret Huang & Michael Haley

The New Hampshire Judicial Branch Office of Mediation and Arbitration oversees all alternative dispute resolution programs within the New Hampshire Judicial Branch, including creating, managing, monitoring, and assessing programs. This project will look at the use of ADR in the family division, focusing on the process for handling reopened divorce and parenting cases. The Court… More

State of Vermont Public Utility Commission

Semester: 2017 Fall

Project Type: Dispute System Design

Students: Jameyanne Fuller & Brayden Koslowsky

The mission of the State of Vermont Public Utility Commission (VT PUC) is to superintend utilities regulation in Vermont, make independent and impartial quasi-judicial decisions, and formulate public policy on the merits of matters at issue within its statutory jurisdiction in a timely and professional manner that comports with the requirements of administrative due process… More

U.S. Marines Corps Legal Assistance Office, Camp Pendelton

Semester: 2017 Fall

Project Type: Dispute System Evaluation

Students: Neha Singh & Qi Zhang

The Marine Corps Legal Assistance Office (LAO) at Camp Pendleton, CA provides free mediation services to uniformed service members, their family members and dependents, and retirees who are seeking a divorce or legal separation. Marine Corps judge advocates and civilian personnel in the LAO serve as mediators to help the parties reach a marital settlement… More

Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.

Semester: 2017 Fall

Project Type: Stakeholder Assessment

Students: Hanna Lee & Joseph Crupi

The Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. (WMF) is a nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to encouraging the growth, development, and distribution of free, multilingual, educational content, managing 11 free knowledge projects built and maintained by a community of thousands of active volunteers. The volunteers who contribute to Wikimedia projects can find themselves in disagreements over a variety of… More