Roger Wolfson currently serves as a writer/consulting producer for USA Network’s "Fairly Legal. " He has also written for NBC's “Law and Order: SVU," TNT's "Saving Grace," and TNT's “The Closer,” where one of his episodes helped earn Kyra Sedgwick an Emmy Nomination. He has sold two pilots to Sony Studios, with his producer, Neal Moritz, and a pilot to CBS with Apostle Films.
Wolfson has also served on Senator Joe Lieberman’s staff, as Legislative Assistant and Speechwriter for Senator John Kerry, and as Chief Education Counsel for Senator Paul Wellstone, who elevated Wolfson to a post on Senator Ted Kennedy’s Labor Committee. By the time Wolfson left the Senate, he was one of the few staffers ever to work for the most prominent Liberal, Moderate, and Conservative members of the Democratic Party.
Wolfson also served as an advisor for Wellstone’s Presidential Exploratory Committee and as a surrogate speaker for Kerry’s Presidential campaign.
Wolfson holds a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters in Writing from Johns Hopkins. He is a member of the Writers Guild of America and the bars of New York, Connecticut, Washington, DC, and the Supreme Court.