Bognanno and Coleman offer the most exhaustively researched work on arbitrators and their practice. The reader explores the patterns within the career field and is able to weigh the importance of the backgrounds arbitration professionals bring to their practice. Avenues of career entry, earnings, demographics, and caseloads are described. Essential characteristics of an highly important but, heretofore, largely unexamined career field emerge from the data. The work is a rich and valuable source of information about arbitrators and the configuration of personal qualities and experiences they bring to dispute resolutions in the public and private sectors.
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