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 projects, please see our Project Archive in the sidebar of this page. To find out more about working with HNMCP, visit our Becoming a Client page.

2016 Spring Projects

Bhutan Team - lo res

Bhutan Royal Institute of Law

Semester: 2016 Spring
Project Type: Dispute System Evaluation
Students: Mushfiqur Chowdhurt and Drew Keneally

When it opens its doors in the next two years, the Royal Institute of Law (RIL) will be Bhutan’s first law school. For centuries, most disputes in the country have been resolved by traditional dispute resolvers (often referred to as … Continue reading

MCC Team - lo res

Mennonite Central Committee

Semester: 2016 Spring
Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery
Students: Lisa Dickerson and Matilda Janson Brolin

Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), a worldwide ministry of Anabaptist churches, responds to basic human needs and works for peace and justice. It is committed to relationship with local partners and churches in this work. The Programme Paix et Réconciliation (PPR) … Continue reading

NFF Team - lo res

National Forest Foundation

Semester: 2016 Spring
Project Type: Conflict Analysis, Stakeholder Assessment
Students: Melissa Freeman and Benjamin Goldman

The National Forest Foundation (NFF) engages Americans in community-based and national programs that promote the health and public enjoyment of our public lands. The NFF has invited HNMCP to conduct an analysis of various stakeholders in the current debate around the value, approach, and effectiveness of “collaborative groups” and “collaborative processes” in the stewardship of National Forests & Grasslands and make recommendations on best practices on this process. Continue reading

Perkings Team - lo res

Perkins School for the Blind

Semester: 2016 Spring
Project Type: Conflict Analysis, Conflict Resolution Advice
Students: Amy Woolfson and Martina Radney

Perkins is an organization committed to improving the lives of people with blindness and deafblindness all around the world. The organization is driven by a team of experts and supported by a community committed to fulfilling this core mission. Over … Continue reading

Thumbtack team - lo res


Semester: 2016 Spring
Project Type: Dispute System Design
Students: Patricia Alejandro, David Shackelford, and Serena Wu

Thumbtack is a fast-growing San Francisco-based technology company dedicated to connecting local service professionals and customers. Thumbtack is tackling the hard problem of making it easy for pros to find work and customers to find the right pros for them. … Continue reading