Kevin Goldberg is the VP, Legal for the Digital Media Association. Before joining DiMA, he was a lawyer in private practice at two law firms, where he focused on First Amendment, FOIA and Intellectual Property Issues, especially those relating to newspaper and Internet publishing.
Kevin’s interest in these issues stems from an undergraduate major in communications, with a focus on TV/Radio and Journalism, at James Madison University, an institution from which he graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1992. After graduation from James Madison, Kevin attended law school at George Washington University. He was graduated with high honors in 1995. He was also an adjunct professor at George Mason University for seven years, where he taught Journalism Law in the Communications Department. On March 16, 2006, he was inducted into the National Freedom of Information Hall of Fame for his continued and superlative service in pursuit of open government. He has written several articles on issues of importance to the media, is a regular speaker at local and national conferences and has appeared on major media such as MSNBC, NPR and Fox Television as a legal expert on content related issues.