making a record
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Stephen Goldmeier

 

law, data, culture, storytelling, and systemic reform

 

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Stories change the world.

But we have to make the record to back up those stories.

I'm Stephen Goldmeier, and I'm currently the Organizational Systems Analyst at the Bronx Defenders. I previously worked as an appellate and postconviction attorney at the Office of the Ohio Public Defender. I've taught science and law, litigated cases, told stories, and analyzed data, with the hope of making the world a little bit better. I'm looking to keep doing that sort of thing.


My Bio

Stephen Goldmeier received his bachelor’s degree in education, with minors in chemistry and physics, from Otterbein University, and graduated from DePaul University’s College of Law with a certificate in intellectual property law. He worked at the Ohio Public Defender for five years in the appeals and postconviction section, where he litigated cases in every phase of a criminal proceeding, including successfully arguing two cases in the Ohio Supreme Court. He also worked for for two years in the policy and outreach department, co-leading the design and deployment of a unified state-wide data-collection and case-management system. Stephen also teaches nationally about the law and about indigent defense. He has served as faculty at the National Legal Aid & Defender Association’s week-long appellate-writing and storytelling seminar in New Orleans, and he has designed and taught CLE courses about science, storytelling, and digital forensics.

 
 
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