Marshall H. Goldman serves as Senior Litigation Counsel with the American Center for Law and Justice where he works on both domestic and international matters, particularly with respect to Israel. For several years, he has assisted ACLJ Senior Fellow and former U.S. Attorney General John D. Ashcroft. He is also a Senior Research Associate for the Centre for the Study of Law & Public Policy at Oxford at Harris Manchester College, Oxford University.
Mr. Goldman received his Bachelor of Arts degree (cum laude) from Oral Roberts University; his Master of Arts in Public Policy degree from the Robertson School of Government at Regent University (where he was the recipient of the Outstanding Research Award for distinction in scholarship); and his Juris Doctor degree from Regent University School of Law.
Mr. Goldman is admitted to practice law in the state of Virginia as well as before the Supreme Court of the United States.
King David admonished us to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Perhaps we should not just pray for Jerusalem, but for the entire state of Israel. The current geopolitical climate within and surrounding Israel illustrates why prayers and aggressive advocacy are needed. Israel faces immense threats not...
The United Nations (U.N.) is once again accusing Israel of war crimes because Israel lawfully acted in self-defense in response to ongoing indiscriminate rocket attacks from Hamas. On June 22, 2015, the U.N.’s Independent Commission of Inquiry (“the Commission”) submitted its report to the United...
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