Alex Goldman

Alex Goldman


Alexander Goldman has long been intimately involved with telecommunications regulation and the law. He joined NAD in December 2017. Previously, he worked at the New York Attorney General’s Office, Bureau of Consumer Frauds, working on consumer deception cases and on matters before the New York Public Service Commission.

Earlier, he founded and ran a telecommunications consultancy, earning $20 million in federal telecommunications grants and loans for clients, financing projects that are still providing internet access to some of the most rural and most poor areas of the United States. He has also been a telecommunications industry journalist, has run a telecommunications-related trade show, and, in Tokyo, Japan, worked as a technical writer.

He earned his J.D. from Brooklyn Law School, where he was a Trade Secrets Fellow. He earned a Richardson scholarship, Centennial Grant, Academic Achievement award, and Dean’s Merit award. He won the Minnie Rosenberg class prize in Antitrust law and CALI awards for best grade in class in both Contracts and Antitrust. He received his B.A. in Anthropology from Williams College.

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