Alan Goldberg

Adjunct Professor

  • Subjects Taught: Health Law

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ADJUNCT PROFESSOR ALAN S. GOLDBERG holds an AB in history from Brooklyn College of the City University of New York; a JD from Boston College Law School; and an LLM (Taxation) from Boston University School of Law. He maintains a blog for students at http://www.healthlawyerblog.com.

Mr. Goldberg's Adjunct Faculties academic associations began at Boston College Law School as a Lecturer in Law teaching Land Finance. Mr. Goldberg taught eHealth Care Law at the University of Maryland School of Law in Baltimore, Maryland and at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts. Mr. Goldberg taught Health Care Informatics and Law at Marymount University School of Business Administration in Ballston, Virginia and Mr. Goldberg teaches Health Law at George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia and the George Mason University College of Health and Human Services Department of Health Administration and Policy in Fairfax Virginia. Mr. Goldberg joined the law firm of Goulston & Storrs in Boston in 1967, and except for a period of active duty as a member of Navy JAGC, Mr. Goldberg practiced law in the firm's offices in Boston and Washington, DC, before disembarking on June 5, 2006 to open his law office in McLean, Virginia.

Mr. Goldberg is a Past President and Inaugural Fellow of the American Health Lawyers Association; a former Council member of the Health Law Section of the American Bar Association; Chair of the Board of Governors of the Health Law Section and a Vice-Chair of the Law and Technology Committee of the Virginia State Bar; Secretary/Treasurer of the Council of the Health Law Section of the Virginia Bar Association; and a past Cochair of the Health Law Section and a past member of the Rules of Professional Conduct Review Committee of the District of Columbia Bar. Mr. Goldberg is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, Virginia, New York, District of Columbia, Florida, and Massachusetts, and is admitted to the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.