Clinical credit for mediating with the Harvard Mediation Program is available for up to five students enrolled in David Hoffman’s Mediation course. Through the Harvard Mediation Program (HMP), students are given an opportunity to observe and conduct mediations in small claims courts in the Boston area.
One clinical credit is available and based on an expectation that a student will spend about 4 hours each week doing this clinical. (About 48 hours total not counting training.)
Clinical students must complete HMP’s 32-hour basic mediation training either in the fall or spring semester; mediate or observe in small claims court every week during the spring semester; and work one hour per week in the HMP office. Clinical students will also keep a weekly journal reflecting on their mediation experiences and write a short “final report” at the end of the semester. HMP’s fall training dates are September 29 & 30 and October 13 & 14, 2018. HMP’s spring semester training dates – TBD.
EVALUATION AND COACHING
HMP has a Clinical Instructor who will work with you throughout the semester. The Clinical Instructor will read and respond to your journals, observe you in court and meet with you periodically, evaluate your written work, and recommend a final grade for the clinical.
TO LEARN MORE
If you are interested in learning more about the clinical credit opportunity with HMP, please contact the HMP Clinical Instructor, Cathy Mondell at 617-495-1854 or by e-mail at email@example.com. You can also contact the HMP office at 617-495-1854 or stop by HMP located in Pound Hall, Room 521.
Pages 2-5 of HMP’s basic training application must be completed and e-mailed to Cathy Mondell at firstname.lastname@example.org and HMP’s Recruiting Directors at email@example.com. Applications are available on HMP’s website.