Theresa M. Golding

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Theresa M. Golding

Senior Associate, Environmental Law, Public Sector Law and Appellate Law

Get contact info (vcard) Ph: 215.736.2521

Practice Areas

Bar Admissions

  • 1985, PA and NJ

Bar Memberships

  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey

Education

  • B.A., LaSalle University, 1982
  • J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 1985
  • Staff Member of the law review, The Tax Lawyer

Profile

Theresa M. Golding currently focuses her practice in the areas of environmental and public sector law.  Additionally she is a part of the firm’s Appellate Law Practice Group, representing clients in appeals before federal and state appellate courts.  She also has experience in the areas of commercial law, creditors’ rights, and banking law.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Golding worked in the business department of a large Philadelphia law firm where she represented financial institutions in complex loan transactions and represented a New York investment firm in the issuance of public securities. Additionally, Ms. Golding has represented clients in diverse matters involving business transactions, estate administration, and domestic relations.

Ms. Golding is the published author of four novels, two picture books, and is the ghostwriter for four recent novels in The Boxcar Children series. Her books have been nominated for and received numerous honors including The Mark Twain Award, The Rhode Island Teen Book Award, The Georgia Book Award, VOYA Top Shelf Fiction, Society of School Librarians International Honor Book, PA State Library Association Top Forty Fiction, Keystone State Reading Award, YALSA 2009 Best Books for Young Adults, and Kansas State Reading Circle Recommended Reading.

She has been a frequent speaker on writing and publishing at schools, universities, and community organizations.

Awards and Publications

Honored as a recipient of a 2017 Bucks County Herald “Lawyers Among Us” Award.

Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition; Lawyers Making A Difference
Aug 3, 2018  – the Writs: The Official Publication of the Bucks County Bar Association
http://www.nxtbook.com/hoffmann/BucksWrits/Summer2018/index.php#/28

The Second Amendment: A Brief Refresher on the Right to Keep and Bear Arms
May 2018 – the Writs: The Official Publication of the Bucks County Bar Association
http://www.nxtbook.com/hoffmann/BucksWrits/Spring2018/index.php#/14

Pennsylvania’s New Public Access Policy for Appellate and Trial Court Case Records: What You Need to Know
February 2018 – the Writs: The Official Publication of the Bucks County Bar Association
http://www.nxtbook.com/hoffmann/BucksWrits/Winter2018/index.php#/16

Why is Everyone Talking About Gerrymandering?
February 2018 – The Berks Barrister: The Official Publication of the Berks County Bar Association
http://www.nxtbook.com/hoffmann/BerksCountyBar/Berksbarrister_Winter2018/index.php#/8

Redistricting Reform: How a Citizens Commission Can End Gerrymandering, Return Sanity to Our Political Process and Even Improve Our Economy
Jan 2018  – the New Matter:  The official publication of the Chester County Bar Association
http://www.nxtbook.com/hoffmann/Chester_NewMatter/ChesterNewMatterWinter2017/index.php#/30

Pennsylvania’s New Ignition Interlock Law: How to Continue Driving Legally after a DUI
Dec. 2017 – the Writs: The Official Publication of the Bucks County Bar Association
http://www.nxtbook.com/hoffmann/BucksWrits/Fall2017/index.php#/14

Redistricting Reform: How a Citizens Commission Can End Gerrymandering, Return Sanity to Our Political Process and Even Improve Our Economy
Dec 2017 – Bucks County Women’s Journal
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bw0xZkeWLXjjQUVWclpIc1gzbXRZWGk2ZWJyVnJrbnA2TFBV/view

Redistricting Reform: How a Citizens Commission Can End Gerrymandering, Return Sanity to Our Political Process and Even Improve Our Economy
Aug 2017 –  the Writs: The Official Publication of the Bucks County Bar Association
http://www.nxtbook.com/hoffmann/BucksWrits/Summer2017/index.php#/8

Charitable, Community and Civic Involvement

Ms. Golding volunteers with Fair Districts PA, organizing volunteers, lobbying legislators in Harrisburg, and speaking on redistricting reform.