Party affiliation: Democrat
Roger Ian Abrams, American lawyer, educator. Bar: Massachusetts 1970, United States District Court Massachusetts 1971, United States Court Appeals (1st circuit) 1971. Recipient General Counsel's Advocacy award National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Boston, 1974; inductee Union New Jersey Hall of Fame, 1995.
Law clerk to Judge Frank M. Coffin United States Court Appeals (1st circuit), Boston, 1970—1971. Associate Foley, Hoag & Eliot, 1971—1974. Professor law Law. School Case We.
Reserve University, Cleveland, 1974—1986. Dean Law Center Nova University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1986—1993. Dean Law School Rutgers University, Newark, 1993—1998.
Professor law school Rutger University, 1993—1999. Herbert J. Hannuch scholar Rutgers University, 1998—1999. Dean Northeastern University, Boston, 1999—2002, Richardson professor law, since 1999.
Visiting professor law Harvard University, 2006. Labor arbitrator Federal Mediation Service, since 1975. Visiting professor law school Harvard University, 2006.
Scholar-in-residence National Baseball Hall of Fame, 2006.
- The Money Pitch: Baseball Free Agency and Salary Arbitration
- Professional baseball players have always been well paid.
- The Money Pitch: Baseball Free Agency and Salary Arbitration 1st edition by Roger I. Abrams (2000) Hardcover
- 1st edition