Strategic Negotiation & Conflict Consultation

The Kennedy Center

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is America’s living memorial to President John F. Kennedy and the nation’s cultural center. Under the guidance of Chairman David M. Rubenstein and President Deborah F. Rutter, the nine theaters and spaces of the Edward Durell Stone building and ten flexible spaces of the REACH, make […]

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Nurturing Minds/SEGA

Nurturing Minds is a US-based non-profit whose mission is to support quality education, life skills, and entrepreneurship to help vulnerable girls in Tanzania become leaders in their communities. Currently, Nurturing Minds achieves this through partnership and support of SEGA (Secondary Education for Girls’ Advancement), a non-profit organization based in Tanzania whose purpose is to improve

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National Disabled Law Students Association

The mission of the National Disabled Law Students Association (“NDLSA”) is to support disabled legal professionals before, during, and after their legal education to increase the number of attorneys with disabilities and other historically excluded identities within the profession. NDLSA facilitates peer networks across the country, coordinates advocacy alongside disabled law students, and provides resources

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U.S. Department of Justice, Community Relations Service

The Community Relations Service (CRS) is a component of the Department of Justice. As America’s Peacemaker, CRS provides facilitation, mediation, training and consultation services to communities in conflict—enhancing their ability to independently prevent and resolve future conflicts.  Since 1964, CRS has served as a force for conciliation and peace in communities fraught with racial tension

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New Hampshire Department of Justice, Charitable Trusts Unit

The New Hampshire Department of Justice’s Charitable Trusts Unit (CTU) was established to protect the public’s interest in the organizations and assets committed to charitable purposes in the state through registration, education, and enforcement. As part of its mission the CTU reviews change-of-control transactions for health care charitable trusts to confirm compliance with statutory requirements.

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National Disabled Law Students Association

The mission of the National Disabled Law Students Association (“NDLSA”) is to support disabled legal professionals before, during, and after their legal education to increase the number of attorneys with disabilities and other historically excluded identities within the profession. NDLSA facilitates peer networks across the country, coordinates advocacy alongside disabled law students, and provides resources

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Clubhouse

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 the dialogue. Clubhouse is in

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Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office

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 main objective is to help

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Saint Paul’s College 4LIFE

Saint Paul’s College was a historically Black College in Lawrenceville, VA that served the Brunswick County community from 1888 until it closed in 2013. SPC4LIFE is an organization of dedicated alumni who are working to reopen the college, with the purpose of developing and implementing innovative educational, economic, and professional programs to empower people and

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St. Louis Mediation Project

The St. Louis Mediation Project (STLMP), a joint endeavor among Washington University Civil Rights & Mediation Clinic, US Arbitration & Mediation, and St. Louis Equal Housing & Opportunity Council, provides free mediation and counseling services to help tenants, homeowners, landlords, lenders, and courts resolve housing disputes in and out of court. In 2020, STLMP responded to

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