The Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program (HNMCP) provides Harvard Law School students with practical, real-world experience in the fields of negotiation, dispute resolution and conflict management, with a focus on conflict mapping and dispute systems design. Students in the program are paired with outside organizations, institutions or individuals who provide projects related to negotiation, dispute resolution or conflict management.
These projects may span a wide range of contexts. For example, they could involve helping a client prepare for an upcoming negotiation, designing and testing a negotiation curriculum for a client, or writing a research paper with recommendations for constructing an institutional dispute resolution process.
For more information please visit HNMCP’s website.