Dr. Nancy Golden
Nancy Golden is a native of Los Angeles, California. She currently resides in Santa Monica, with her husband and daughter. Ms. Golden’s son is scheduled to graduate from San Diego State University in the fall of 2019. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at UCLA and her Juris Doctor at Whittier College, School of Law. Ms. Golden practiced law from 1988-1997. Additionally, she started teaching paralegal students at the University of La Verne in 1991.
Ms. Golden began teaching at National University in 2007 as an adjunct professor. She is currently Associate Faculty/Assistant Professor of Paralegal Studies at National University and an Adjunct Professor of Paralegal Studies at Mount San Antonio College in Walnut, California (east of Los Angeles).
- American Association for Paralegal Education
- Los Angeles Paralegal Association
- Golden, N.. (2017). The Changing Landscape of the Parental Rights of Sperm Donors. American Journal of Family Law.
- Golden, N.. (2016). A Précis of Shared Governance and The University’s Changing Landscape. The Paralegal Educator.
- Golden, N.. (2009). For Maximum Impact, Paralegal Faculty Evaluations Should be Properly Focused and Fair. The Paralegal Educator.
- Golden, N.. (n.d.). Parental Rights of Sperm Donors. American Journal of Family Law 2017,
- Golden, N.. (n.d.). How Obergefell Impacted the Marital Communications Privilege for Same-Sex Spouses. American Journal of Family Law.