Meir Goldman received his Bachelor of Talmudic Law from Ner Israel Rabbinical College in January, 1979, his Master’s in Education from Loyola College in May, 1980, and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Baltimore’s School of Law in January, 1988. He was given the honor of being among those chosen as “Outstanding Young Men Of America” in 1988 and listed in “Who’s Who” in 2008.
For 34 years he worked for the City of Baltimore in the field of Occupational Safety and Health. First as a trainer then an inspector and finally as an attorney, he ensured that all City employees were working in jobs that were done with their safety and health as the first priority. He served as OSHA Counsel for all Baltimore City agencies, handling all Maryland Occupational Safety and Health cases filed against the Mayor and City Council from initial inspection through trial and appeals. Upon retirement from the City, he came to work for Custody LLC as a paralegal helping clients through the difficult and emotionally challenging custody battles. Focusing mainly on composing pleadings, motions, discovery, and correspondence. He also keeps each client’s file up to date and serves as a link between client and attorney when the client’s attorney is in court or engaged with other clients.