Russell Gold teaches Criminal Law, Legal Analysis, Writing & Research, and Litigation Drafting. Professor Gold's research focuses largely on comparative analysis between civil and criminal procedure. His scholarship has recently been published in the Georgetown Law Journal, the Boston University Law Review, and the Georgia Law Review.
Prior to joining Wake Forest Law in 2016, Professor Gold served as a Law Clerk in the United States Court of Appeals, practiced litigation focusing on class actions at Gibson Dunn and served as an Acting Assistant Professor and Associate Director of the Lawyering Program at New York University School of Law.
During Professor Gold's time spent teaching at NYU School of Law, he was awarded the Albert Podell Distinguished Teaching Award. He graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University, where he double majored in Political Science and Economics. Following graduation, Professor Gold spent a year in AmeriCorps. He then went on to George Washington University Law School, where he graduated with highest honors. … Read more »