A. Thomas Golden
B.A., Kent State University
Professor Golden began teaching at TJSL in 1976 as a member of the adjunct faculty. He previously served as in-house counsel at the Whitaker Corporation. He then joined a major San Diego law firm where he worked for four years until starting his own civil litigation practice in 1980. He joined the full-time faculty in 1983 and served as assistant dean from 1986 to 1988.
Professor Golden also served as director of foreign study programs and led legal study groups to Beijing, China, and Cambridge, England. He has taught Comparative Antitrust Law in the school’s foreign study program in Nice, France. He is currently the Director of Graduate Law Degree Programs in American Legal Studies and International Trade. The Thomas Jefferson Student Bar Association Alumnus of the Year award is named in Professor Golden’s honor.
Contracts I & II, Remedies, Law of Democracy, Introduction to the American Legal System for Foreign Lawyers.