Robert Gordon (born May 22, 1944) is a clinical psychologist, forensic psychologist, and attorney from Texas. His company, Wilmington Institute Network (WIN), specializes in the alternative dispute resolution (ADR), focusing on use of Internet in conflict resolution.
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 and passing the Texas bar exam, Gordon began work in Dallas and Houston. He was also teaching at Southern Methodist University.
Gordon is the author of the notable publication "The Electronic Personality and Digital Self" (Dispute Resolution Journal, February/April 2001). 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 (1975). With his daughter, attorney Ami Gordon, he authored two books: Focus group strategies: winning and successfully settling jury trials (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 (2006).
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 (1973). Case and comment 77: 36.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 (2003) The Internet and dispute resolution: untangling the Web, 3.35.
- ↑ Texas Psychological Association - Members. URL accessed on 1 January 2011.
- ↑ Bernstein, Ronald (2003). Bernstein's handbook of arbitration and dispute resolution practice, Volume 1, 784.
- ↑ (Aug 1977)Books for Lawyers. ABA Journal 63: 1088.
- ↑ Gordon, Robert (1975). Forensic psychology: a guide for lawyers and the mental health professions, Lawyers and Judges Pub. Co..
- ↑ Gordon, Robert (2001). Focus group strategies: winning and successfully settling jury trials.
- ↑ Gordon, Robert (2006). One Minute Witness: How to be a Successful Witness. Everything You Need to Know for Depositions, Jury and Bench Trials and ADR.
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