Since becoming a lawyer, Gary has perfected the art of
listening and understanding client needs. This is especially important in
domestic relations cases, which include divorce, child custody, child
support payments, and juvenile court. For him, the most rewarding aspect of
his job is helping people get through personal crisis.
Gary has been certified as a specialist in Family Relations Law by the Ohio Bar Association and is fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. He is one of only four attorneys in the Akron area that have earned these honors.
Gary is active in community service. He served five years as Chief City Prosecutor for the City of Akron. He is the past President of the board of The Victim Assistance Program and he served on the board and was President of the Akron-Summit County Public Library. He is also a board member and past president of the Akron Jewish Community Federation, the Jerome Lippman Jewish Community Day School and Beth El Congregation.
Professionally, Gary has served as chair of the Akron Bar Association Family Law Section, and he has lectured extensively about family law. Currently, Gary is a senior lecturer at The University of Akron teaching a course entitled, "Legal Environment of Families."
He joined Goldman & Rosen at the time of its founding in 1990.
Practice Areas: divorce, child support, custody, parentage, juvenile matters
Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts – BA, 1975 (Magna Cum Laude)
George Washington University National Law Center – JD, Washington, D.C., 1978