Yale University B.A. 1968
Hague Academy of International Law Fellowship, 1971. Recipient, Special Achievement Award for Exceptional Accomplishments from U.S. Bureau of Mines, of the U.S. Dept. of The Interior, 1984. Co-Author: Federal Trial Guide, LexisNexis, 1992. Family Law Publication: “Some Suggestions to Become A More Effective Advocate At Trial"; “Annual Meeting Program Guide For The Maryland State Bar Association" (June 2005). Federal Evidence Practice Guide, Matthew Bender & Co., 1989. Author: "Fourth Circuit Decision Provides Lawyers Guidance on Bias Cases," p. 11, May 18, 1990; "Balancing Government With Religion," p. 13B May 1, 1987, all published in The Daily Record. Instructor: Federal Court Trial Tactics, Federal Court Pretrial Procedures and Federal Evidence, Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Educational for Lawyers, MICPEL, 1986–1994. Law Clerk, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York, 1974–1976. Trial Attorney, Civil Division, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C., 1980-1984.
George E. Golomb has the highest possible rating from his peers as to legal ability and ethics (AV) in the Martindale Hubbell Legal Directory.