Michael Evan Goldman, 33 a Washington attorney who specialized in labor law, died April 2 at the Baltimore Cancer Research Center. He had leukemia.
Mr. Goldman, who lived in Silver Spring, came to Washington in 1969 to earn a law degree from American University's Washington College of Law.
He was an attorney with the Labor Department in 1971-72 and then joined the staff of the National Treasury Employees Union. Four years later, he was named the union's director of legislation, he helped shape the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978.
Mr. Goldman became executive director of the Physicians National House-staff Association in 1979, a position, he held until the end of last February. He also opened a private law practice recently.
He was born in New York City. He graduated from Hofstra University on Long Island and attended the University of Akron Law School in Ohio for a year before entering American University. He held a master of law degree from the National Law Center of George Washington University.
He is survived by his wife, Judith, of Silver Spring; his parents, Sam and Esther Goldman of Seaford, N.Y., and a brother, Allan, of New York.
The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to a charity of one's choice.