Throughout his professional career, Stuart Saltzman has been in the business of helping people. Upon graduation from Queens College, Mr. Saltzman worked for the United Cerebral Palsy Foundation, Northeast Nassau Psychiatric Hospital, and the Queensboro Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children as a counselor for individuals, abused children, families, and other groups. In 1979, he began teaching as an adjunct professor in psychology, sociology, and criminal justice at Nova College where he eventually went to law school. After graduating magna cum laude from law school, Mr. Saltzman started teaching at St. Thomas University. He has instructed courses in Sociology, Psychology, and Human Services, and he has taught Constitutional, Juvenile, Business, Health, and Family Law for the J.D. program. Mr. Saltzman has also practiced as an associate attorney for two Miami firms handling matrimonial, family, and general civil litigation; as Assistant Public Defender for Dade County, and as Florida General Counsel for the Fraternal Order of Police. Mr. Saltzman teaches First Amendment Law, Juvenile Law, and Products Liability.