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ICWA/Child Custody Court Models

Semester:
2022 Fall
Project Type:
Dispute System Evaluation
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Stakeholder Assessment
Students:
Visala Alagappan   
This project will engage the questions around the potential establishment of ICWA/child custody courts for recently federally-recognized Native American tribes. The focus will be on conducting secondary research into existing ICWA/child custody court models, and will include interviews with experts (in the field of Native American law and tribal courts) …

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Community Dialogue

Semester:
2022 Fall
Project Type:
Facilitated Dialogue
Students:
Nida Kadayifci & Kevin Keystone   
Polarization and deep political and social divides are affecting families, communities, school boards, businesses, and governments at the local, state and federal level.  Those divides are not narrowing as mid-term elections approach, the Supreme Court issues immensely consequential decisions, and high profile congressional and prosecutorial investigations unfold (to say nothing …

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Mather House

Semester:
2022 Fall
Project Type:
Dispute System Design
Students:
Sara Loughlin & Joel Swann   
An assessment around belonging

Clubhouse

Semester:
2022 Fall
Project Type:
Dispute System Design
Students:
Steven Yaghoubi & Jules Miranda   
Clubhouse is an audio-first community platform. Users are able to follow clubs of interest (based on topics) and then join live rooms that moderators create. In these rooms, users can either listen to the conversation that is taking place between speakers or raise their hands and be allowed to join …

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National Legal Aid and Defender Association

Semester:
2022 Fall
Project Type:
Stakeholder Assessment
Students:
Hannah Hsieh & Torian Cook   
The National Legal Aid & Defender Association, founded in 1911, is America’s oldest and largest national nonprofit organization dedicated to the excellence in the delivery of legal services for people who cannot afford to pay for counsel, devoting all its resources to advocating for equal access to justice for all.   …

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Suffolk County District Attorney's Office

Semester:
2022 Fall
Project Type:
Curriculum Development & Delivery
Students:
Shaun Kleber, Valerie Gutmann, and Austin Riddick   
The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office (“SCDAO”) is the law enforcement agency for the cities of Boston, Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop, Massachusetts. SCDAO is among the busiest district attorney’s offices in New England.  This project builds on recommendations from a previous project with Harvard’s Dispute Systems Design Clinic and SCDAO. The …

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Freedom House

Semester:
2022 Fall
Project Type:
Stakeholder Assessment
Students:
Eoin Lyons & Pranaya Pahwa   
Freedom House is an independent watchdog organization dedicated to the expansion of freedom and democracy around the world, which analyzes the challenges to freedom, advocates for greater political rights and civil liberties, and supports frontline activists to defend human rights and promote democratic change.   The Data Driven Advocacy (DDA) Activity …

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U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York

Semester:
2022 Spring
Project Type:
Dispute System Design
Students:
Isabel Harman and Corey Stewart   
The Eastern District of New York (EDNY) is a trial-level federal court that serves Kings, Queens, Richmond, Nassau and Suffolk Counties, with courthouses located in Brooklyn and Central Islip. The EDNY Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Department administers mediation and arbitration services for civil cases filed in the EDNY.  The DSD …

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Harvard Law School Restorative Justice

Semester:
2022 Spring
Project Type:
Dispute System Design
Students:
Leslie Liu, Marlon Becerra, and Mtume Sangiewa   
Students at Harvard Law School report that classroom conversation on thorny legal, political, and social questions can be strained, or at times hostile, or sometimes non-existent due to a fear (by faculty and students alike) that navigating deep divides in student beliefs is too fraught. Many on campus have expressed …

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OraSure Technologies

Semester:
2022 Spring
Project Type:
Curriculum Development & Delivery
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Strategic Negotiation Advice
Students:
Mussab Ali and Juan Felipe Wills Romero   
OraSure Technologies Inc. develops and distributes medical technologies that are often used by communities that are marginalized, underserved, and stigmatized. Such technologies include innovative HIV self-testing, Hepatitis C testing, adherence testing for HIV regimens. OraSure’s technologies by their nature facilitate difficult conversations both between patients and other individuals in their …

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