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Frederick Thomas Golder

Frederick Thomas Golder, American lawyer, educator. Bar: Massachusetts 1968, United States District Court Massachusetts 1969, United States Court Appeals (1st circuit) 1970, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1972.

Background

Golder, Frederick Thomas was born on July 5, 1943 in Brookline, Massachusetts, United States.

Education

Bachelor in English, University Massachusetts, 1965. Juris Doctor, Suffolk School Law, 1968. Special student, Harvard University, 1968.

Master of Laws in Labor, New York University, 1969.

Career

Formerly partner Bernstein, Golder & Field, P.A., Boston. Adjunct faculty Northeastern University, Boston, since 1972, Suffolk University Law School. Faculty Massachusetts School Law, since 1988.

Writer, Wilmette, Illinois, since 1982. Labor arbitrator and mediator.

Membership

Member governor's advisory board Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. Fellow Massachusetts Bar Foundation. Member Federal Bar Association (distinguished service award 1984), Massachusetts Bar Association, Association Trial Lawyers American, Massachusetts Academy Trial Attorneys (distinguished faculty award 1984, 86), Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Association (board directors since 1986).

Connections

Son of Michael and Ida Shirley (Gropman) G. Caron Sue Cohen, October 8, 1966. Children: Rachel Beth, David Ross, Naomi Lea.