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Robert Gordon (born May 22, 1944) is a clinical psychologist, forensic psychologist, and attorney from Texas.[1] His company, Wilmington Institute Network (WIN), specializes in the alternative dispute resolution (ADR), focusing on use of Internet in conflict resolution.[2]

Gordon earned his B.S. in psychology from the University of Wisconsin–Madison (1966); his M.S. in psychology from the University of Oklahoma (1967); his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Oklahoma (1968). In 1971, after obtaining his Juris Doctor(J.D.) from Baylor Law School[1] and passing the Texas bar exam, Gordon began work in Dallas and Houston. He was also teaching at Southern Methodist University.[1]

He is a member of Texas Psychological Association.[3]


Gordon is the author of the notable publication "The Electronic Personality and Digital Self" (Dispute Resolution Journal, February/April 2001).[2][4] Examples of his other works are "Ready for ADR?" (For the Defense, March 2001) and "Reducing Trial and ADR Risks Through Empirical Research" (The Trial Lawyer, July/August 2001). Gordon is the author of the book Forensic psychology: a guide for lawyers and the mental health professions[5][6] (1975). With his daughter, attorney Ami Gordon, he authored two books: Focus group strategies: winning and successfully settling jury trials[7] (2001) and an e-book One Minute Witness: How to be a Successful Witness. Everything You Need to Know for Depositions, Jury and Bench Trials and ADR[8] (2006).


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