Ewa Gmurzyńska, Ph.D., LL.M.,  
professor at the University of Warsaw Faculty of Law and Administration.


She received her J.D and Ph.D.  and habilitation degree at  the

University of Warsaw Faculty of Law and Administration and master degree (LL.M) at the

University of Florida Levin College of Law. Since 1999 she is director of the Center for

American Studies at University of Warsaw. She has been trained as mediator in state of

Florida, Georgia and Poland. She is also  a practicing mediator in civil and commercial

disputes and is involved in many mediation related initiatives in Poland including: former

presidency of the Civic Council for Alternative Dispute and Conflict Resolution at the

Ministry of Justice, co-founder and member of the board of directors of the Center for  

Conflict and Dispute Resolution, coordinator of the Mediation Clinic at the Faculty of Law

and Administration. She is also the author of books:  Mediation in American Legal System,

editor and co-author of  Theory and Practice of Mediation, and  Role of Lawyers in ADR,

as  well as many articles related to mediation and negotiation topic.