Goldman, Roger L.

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GOLDMAN, Roger L. American, b. 1941. Genres: Law. Career: Admitted to the Missouri Bar, 1966. St. Louis Legal Aid Society, St. Louis, MO, Reginald Heber Smith fellow, 1969-71; St. Louis University, St. Louis, assistant professor, 1971-74, associate professor, 1974-77; scholar in residence to selected Federal District Court judges in New York City, 1977-78; St. Louis University, professor of law, 1979-, associate dean, 1978-79. Gowen fellow at University of Pennsylvania, visiting scholar at Columbia University, and researcher for U.S. Department of Justice, all 1977-78; consultant to Coalition for Information on School Desegregation, 1982-84; lecturer at Maryville College, 1986. Publications: (with L. Riekes, S. Jenkins, and P. McKissack) The Bill of Rights and You, 1989; (with J. O'Brien) Federal Criminal Trial Evidence, 1989; (with S. Jenkins, L. Riekes, and S. Slane) Teacher's Resource Manual: The Bill of Rights and You, 1990; (with L. Riekes, C. Kelly, and C. Marske) Conflict, Courts and Trials, 3rd ed, 1991; (with L. Riekes, C. Kelly, and C. Marske) Teacher's Resource Guide: Conflicts, Courts and Trials, 1991; (with L. Riekes and S. Slane) Teaching about the Bill of Rights in Elementary and Middle School Classrooms, 1991; Individual Rights: The Universal Challenge, 1991; The Military and the Constitution, 1992; Alcohol, Drugs and the Bill of Rights, 1992; (with David Gallen) Thurgood Marshall: Justice for All, 1992; (with D. Gallen) Justice William J. Brennan, Jr.: Freedom First, 1994. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: St. Louis University, School of Law, 3700 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63108, U.S.A.