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Richard Moss Golomb, American lawyer. Bar: Pennsylvania 1984, New Jersey 1984, United States District New Jersey 1984. Named Super Lawyer, Philadelphia Magazine, 2004-2006.


Golomb, Richard Moss was born on October 24, 1958 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.


Bachelor of Science in Political Science, American University, 1980. Juris Doctor, Nova University, 1983.


Law clerk to presiding justice, Camden, New Jersey, 1983—1984. Associate Romisher & Phillips, Philadelphia, 1984—1985, Kreithen Baron & Miller, Philadelphia, 1985—1989. Partner Kreithen, Baron, Villari & Golomb, 1989—1996, Villari & Golomb, Philadelphia, 1996—1997, Villari, Golomb & Honik, Philadelphia, 1997—1999, Golomb & Honik, Philadelphia, since 1999.

Hearing officer Disciplinary Board Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, since 1994.


  • Bar: Pennsylvania 1984, New Jersey 1984, United States District New Jersey 1984.


Active Philadelphia Democratic Executive Committee, 1983-1985, National Young Men's Cabinet, 1992-1994. Vice chairman young lawyers division Federation Allied Jewish Appeal, 1989, chair chai division 1990-1992. Board directors Young Leadership Council, since 1990.

Chairman Camapign for Qualified Judiciary, 1993-1995. Secretary State Civil Judicial Procedures, 1994. Board trustees Civil Justice Foundation, since 2006, Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, 2006-2007.

Fellow Academy Advocacy, Trial Lawyers Public Justice, Roscoe Pound Institute. Member American Bar Association, Association of Trial Lawyers of America (board governors since 2001, leaders forum since 2003, executive committee since 2005, co-chair list since 2005, board trustees since 2005), Pennsylvania Bar Association, Philadelphia Bar Association (chair state civil committee, trustee since 1997, board governors 1996-1999), Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association (board governors since 1999), Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association (board governors since 1990, assistant secretary 1995-1996, vice president 1997-1998, president-elect since 1998, president 1999, judicial selection and retention commission), Philadelphia Bar Foundation (trustee since 1996), American Association for Justice (board governors since 2001, executive committee since 2005, pac trustee since 2005, vice-chairman leaders forum 2006-2007).


Married Marci Cohen.

Marci Cohen.