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ANNE GOLDBACH is the Forensic Services Director for the Committee for Public Counsel Services. After graduating from Boston College Law School, Ms. Goldbach joined the Massachusetts Defenders Committee as a public defender in 1978. After the creation of CPCS, she joined the staff of Roxbury Defenders in January, 1985, where she became a supervising attorney, and she was selected as Attorney in Charge of the Boston office in November, 1987. After running the Boston Trials Unit for 10 years, she became CPCS’ Director of Forensic Service in November of 1997. In that capacity, she acts as a resource on forensics issues and experts for public defenders and bar advocates across the state. Attorney Goldbach has been a guest lecturer and judge in mock trials in the Massachusetts law schools and a frequent lecturer, writer and moderator for Mass. Continuing Legal Education, CPCS and other CLE training programs. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Mass. Council for Public Justice. She serves on the board of the Thomas J. Drinan Memorial Fellowship Fund at Suffolk University Law School. In May, 2000, Ms. Goldbach received the Hon. David S. Nelson Public Interest Law Award from the Boston College Law School Alumni Association. She is a past president of MACDL, Massachusetts Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and sits on MACDL’s board.