From the archive

2010 Fall

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Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency (CSOSA)

The Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency (CSOSA) is a federal agency tasked with supervising offenders in the District of Columbia. CSOSA’s ADR program is designed to resolve workplace disputes among its employees. In the past, the ADR program has outsourced responsibility for conducting organizational climate assessments to external consultants, who have each used slightly… More

Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession (IILP)

In furthering its mission to foster a more inclusive and diverse legal profession, IILP is partnering with three law firms and HNMCP to study how disputes related to or arising from diversity issues are resolved in these firms’ daily operations. Students will identify strategies that work. Their findings will be distributed directly to the management of… More

International Development Law Organization (IDLO)

Microfinance is a fast growing industry and means for people in developing countries to improve their economic conditions. The growth in microfinance activity has resulted in a proliferation of disputes between borrowers and lenders, where typically borrowers lack the education and financial resources to access the courts, and lenders see the courts as slow and inefficient. Can… More

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

The Office of the Ombudsman at the National Institutes of Health (the Office) is a neutral, independent, and confidential resource providing informal assistance to NIH scientists, administrators, and support staff in addressing work-related issues occurring within the 27 institutes and centers nationwide. While there have been many informal projects and studies conducted by the Office,… More

Southern Coalition for Social Justice/ Heirs’ Property Retention Coalition

Heirs’ property is collectively-owned land that has passed through successive generations of families in which the heirs all have undivided interests. Absent unanimous agreement, heirs cannot make property decisions, with the consequence that significant collective-action problems and family disputes can cause heirs’ property to be lost through tax foreclosure or forced sales after court proceedings. Can a… More

Town of Nantucket

What could be a more challenging to multi-party negotiation than a recurring series of three-year contract negotiations between a municipal government and five separate unions? Add to that a small town context, where town officials, negotiators, and union membership all belong to the same tight-knit community and have a shared desire to maintain strong relationships… More

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