Elizabeth Ellen Gordon earned her Ph. D. in Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is an associate professor of Political Science at Kennesaw State University. Her teaching and research interests lie primarily in the fields of judicial politics and law, with special interests in conflict resolution and gender issues.
2009 0-7734-4809-8 This book explores the extent to which lawyers’ attitudes and practices have changed with the growth of mediation and whether lawyers have altered mediation to suit their needs. Such information is crucial to a complete understanding of how mandatory mediation operates in the context of legal practice within an adversary court system.