Jeffrey Kleeger, Ph.D., teaches criminal justice and law courses at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Florida. He is an attorney with real property law and business transactions experience. Dr. Kleeger has arbitrated and mediated circuit civil and family law cases and has extensive experience with conflict resolution. His research interests include eminent domain law, political reform, economic, political and social impacts on law, legal decision making, legal education, conflict resolution and law and society issues of significant public importance. Dr. Kleeger has written extensively and presented in multiple venues on law and society and criminal justice law issues. He is particularly interested in the economic, political and sociological implications of legal decision-making and its impact on education as well as ethical considerations concerning decision-making and dispute resolution.
Workshop Session C4: Remote Consensus: The Psychology of Virtual Resolution