Your browser does not support JavaScript

HNMCP seeks a research assistant to help create a new annotated bibliography to support clinical work in the Dispute Systems Design clinic. The work will likely involve curating, compiling, and summarizing key resources in particular areas of alternative dispute resolution (e.g. court-connected processes, mediation, restorative justice, etc.). Coursework in alternative dispute resolution is preferred. A solid foundation of legal research and writing skills and a rudimentary understanding of Microsoft Excel are valuable. Start date and hours commitment are flexible. Interested applicants should submit a resume and statement of interest to Tracy Blanchard,