Lecturer on Law
Heather Scheiwe Kulp is a Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School and Clinical Instructor at Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program. Before joining HNMCP, Heather was a Skadden Fellow with Resolution Systems Institute/The Center for Conflict Resolution in Chicago. There, she partnered with courts and government agencies to develop small claims mediation, foreclosure dispute resolution, and other conflict management programs for low-income litigants. She consulted with multiple states, the Uniform Law Commission, and the Department of Justice about best practices in foreclosure mediation. As a conflict resolution and not-for-profit consultant, Heather has assisted a variety of groups and individuals, including universities, social justice NGOs, bar associations, and arts organizations. She was an associate with Bluhm Legal Clinic and Morgan Lewis. Her work has been published by ACResolution Magazine, the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section, the Arkansas Law Review, Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution, the Chicago Tribune, the Illinois State Bar Association, the Los Angeles Times, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal, Property and Probate Magazine, and Wipf & Stock.
Heather earned her JD from Northwestern University School of Law and her BA from Saint Olaf College. Prior to attending law school, she founded and directed a not-for-profit alternative magazine for young women, Alive Magazine.