Robert M. Grossman is a writer and lawyer. His writing has been published in The New York Times Magazine, and he is currently working on a novel entitled From Paul to Saul. His novel is based on his experience as an officer in the U.S. Navy while serving at the naval air station in Port Lyautey, Morocco.

His legal career, from which he is now largely retired, involved representation of such clients as Westinghouse, CBS, ASCAP and the Illinois Housing Development Authority. He continues to serve as an arbitrator in commercial litigation cases through the American Arbitration Association. His essays and short stories cover an array of topics including religious issues arising from his interfaith involvement as a trustee of the Chicago Theological Seminary and a member of the Catholic-Jewish Dialogue. He lives in Chicago with his wife, Fran.