Students in the Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program (HNMCP) work on advanced client matters related to negotiation, mediation, and conflict management. In addition to applying the skills and concepts learned in Negotiation Workshop, students develop a new set of skills that may include:
Each semester the clinic offers a mix of public, private, domestic, and international projects. Recent clients include federal and state agencies, nonprofits, religious organizations, transnational corporations, small start-up companies, professional sports teams, municipalities, local government officials, and universities.
Students in the clinic have the chance to manage senior level client relationships and are asked to work through difficult concepts and problems directly with clients and their clinical supervisor. Students work in a team of 2 to 4 students, typically collaborating on single project for one client during the entire semester. By working for a single client, students have the unique chance to collaborate on a project from start to finish. For an understanding of the kinds of projects clinic students undertake, you can read about current and past clients on the HNMCP website.
To learn more about how you can register for the clinic please the read the information on
Faculty and Staff
Robert Bordone (Thaddeus R. Beal Clinical Professor and Founding Director of HNMCP)
Rachel Viscomi (Assistant Director and Lecturer on Law)
Alonzo Emery (Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law)
Heather Kulp (Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law)
Sara del Nido (Clinical Fellow)
Samuel Straus (Associate)
Tracy Blanchard (Clinical Administrator)
April Pettit (Negotiation Workshop Coordinator)
Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program
Pound Hall 513
Harvard Law School