Linda Goldman is a seasoned appellate litigator, having devoted her nearly 30 year career as an attorney advocating for the rights of her clients in the appellate courts.  She graduated from law school in 1984, with honors, and served as Principal Law Clerk to both appellate and trial level Justices of the New York State Supreme Court.  Linda then became a partner at a boutique law firm, which served as appellate counsel and trial strategy consultants to leading law firms throughout New York City.

In 2006, Linda pursued her passion for film and, after graduating film school, co-directed and produced award-winning documentary shorts and was the associate producer of the feature length documentary film, Rethinking Cancer.

Linda is an adjunct professor at New York Law School. She is also a past president of the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association and served several terms as Chair of the Amicus Curiae Committee of the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York.  She is a former member of Community Board 6 in Manhattan. Linda has co-authored numerous publications, including Handling Complex Litigation for the treatise Art of Advocacy: Preparation of the Case and was a featured commentator for the treatise Direct and Cross-Examination of Medical Experts.

Linda lives in Manhattan with her husband and two daughters.