- J.D., High Honors Nova University, 1986
- LL.M., Honors McGill University, 1978
Pearl Goldman joined the Shepard Broad College of Law faculty in 1987. She taught in and directed the Legal Research and Writing Program and the first-year Lawyering Skills and Values Program until 2002. Her teaching interests include the areas of criminal law, comparative law, and interviewing, counseling, and negotiating. Professor Goldman's scholarship has focused on criminal law, technology, and legal education. She is admitted to the Bar in Florida. Professor Goldman served as Chair of the Florida Bar Journal's 2014-2015 Editorial Board and currently serves on the Board's Executive Committee.
Areas of Interest
- Criminal Law
- Comparative Law
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