Party affiliation: Democrat
Nancy Albert-Goldberg, American lawyer. Bar: Illinois 1971, United States District Court (northern district) Illinois 1971. United States Department Justice grantee, 1974, 1980-1981. Member of Chicago Council Foreign Relations, Chicago Bar Association, National Legal Aid and Defender Association (board directors 1977-1980), Sierra Club.
Joint staff attorney American Bar Association standing committee National Legal Aid and Defender Association, Chicago, 1971—1972, deputy director defender services, 1973, national director defender, services, 1974—1975, director national study commission defense services, 1974—1976. Director training Criminal Defense Consortium, 1976—1978. President National Defender Institute, executive director, 1978—1983.
Private practice Evanston, Illinois, 1983—1985. Associate Karon, Morrison & Savikas, Chicago, 1985—1986. Assistant attorney general, 1986—1987.
Private practice Chicago, since 1987. Consultant National Institute Justice, United States Department Justice, Washington, since 1975, Ministry Attorney General, Ontario, Canada, 1978—1979. Board directors Illinois Academy Criminology, Chicago, 1983—1984.
Adjunct assistant professor criminal justice University Illinois, 1987, Northeastern University, 1988. Adjunct professor IIT Kent College Law, Chicago, 1991. Volunteer lawyers creative arts, Chicago, 1982—1983, Pro Bono Advocates, Chicago, 1984—1985.
Member advisory board American Judicature Society, 1978—1979, Legal Services Corporation, 1982—1983, Research Corporation and McManis Associates, 1978—1979.
- Author: Guide to Establishing a Defender System, 1978, The Public Defender in America (The Defense Counsel, Sage Criminal Justice Annuals), 1983, Insider's Guide to Divorce in Illinois, 1984, The Plight of the Indigent Accused in America, 1985. Editor: Guidelines for Legal Defense Systems in the United States, 1976. Contributor articles to professional journals.