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Judge Goldin served as a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge
for fourteen years and was Supervising Judge of the Superior Court probate departments.
Judge Goldin served as Justice pro tem, for the Court of Appeal, Second Appellate
District, in 1981 and 1985.
EXPERIENCE AND SPECIALTIES
Since retiring from the court in 1996, Judge Goldin has
presided over numerous arbitrations and mediations, with an emphasis on probate
Judge Goldin is the author of the opinion in Doris Day
v. Rosenthal, 170 CA 3rd 1125 (1985), a leading opinion on legal
ethics and attorney misconduct and Westinghouse Electric Corporation, v.
County of Los Angeles, 129 CA3rd 771 (1982), a case of first impression
on stop notices.
SPECIAL HONORS AND MEMBERSHIP
Judge Goldin remains active in judicial educational activities
and publications, serving as a faculty member of the CJER Probate Institute,
judicial advisor to the Estate Planning, Trust and Probate section of the State
Bar of California, presenter of Los Angeles County Bar Probate programs, Rutter
Group presenter in Probate and Expert Witness programs, and Chair, Los Angeles
Superior Court Probate Committee.
Co-Author (with Ronald W. Anteau) of Death and Dissolution,
Family Law Reference Book, Los Angeles County Bar, 1994.
Adjunct Professor of Law, Fernando Valley College of Law.
J.D., University of Southern California
B.A., University of Southern California