Who are you?
Hi, I’m Brianna Fisher.
I am a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school who hopes to pursue a career in criminal law. I plan on attending a high caliber level college and majoring in political science and public policy.
I don't have an exact role at the firm, but I help with a lot of different things. I often write for the website, including writing blog posts and case results, and also help write the monthly newsletter.
What do you love about interning at Rossen Law Firm?
I love working at the firm because I am exposed to so much information about the law, both through more formal statutes and rules and through real-life cases and situations. I always feel like my opinion is valued and heard, and it is crazy that as a 17 year old I can already have an opportunity to explore what I love and am interested in.
What do you do when you’re not working for Rossen Law Firm?
When I'm not working for the firm, I am extremely involved in my school and community. I am currently editor-in-chief of my school newspaper, class senator for student government and recruitment chair for Dance Marathon. I also have been dancing for the past 15 years and volunteer at the studio to help teach classes.