Rossen Law Firm Interns

Rossen Law Firm Interns

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  • Rossen Law Firm
  • 6400 N Andrews Ave SUITE 510 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
  • (754) 206-6200

Criminal DUI Defense Attorneys in Fort Lauderdale offer internships to college, law and high school studentsAaron Sarner

My name is Aaron Sarner and I am a Junior at the University of Florida. I am pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Business with a focus on Management. Upon graduation I plan to attend law school. 

 

What do you enjoy about interning at Rossen Law Firm?
I love interning at Rossen Law Firm because of how quickly I was able to begin learning. Within the first week as part of the team, I was already sitting in on virtual hearings. A few weeks later we were writing legal memos applying our prior knowledge and conducting new research to gain a better understanding of criminal law. It is very clear that the Rossen Law Firm values all of the members of the team!

What do you do when you’re not working for Rossen Law Firm?

When I am not working for the firm, I spend a lot of my time servicing the Jewish and pro-Israel communities both at home and at UF. It is extremely important for me to make sure that I am always giving back to my community. In my free time I also love to play classical guitar, bake, and spend time with my dog. 

 

Alesia De Armas

My name is Alesia De Armas, and I am a senior at Pine Crest School, located in Ft. Lauderdale. In the future, I hope to study Foreign Affairs and Political Science on a pre-law track. 

 

What do you enjoy about interning at Rossen Law Firm?
I enjoy interning at Rossen Law Firm because of the people who work there and their ability to make this such an interesting experience. Adam is always happy to answer any questions, allowing us to feel involved. Not only that, but I feel as though I can be heard and can input my opinion, without being belittled. Though only joining recently, I am so happy I get to experience what I want to study in the rest of my academic career. 

What do you do when you’re not working for Rossen Law Firm?

When not at Rossen Law Firm, I could be found spending time with my family and friends. Under normal circumstances, I would be volunteering at Florence Fuller, a child development center for underprivileged children, with a few of my peers or working diligently on The Crestian Yearbook. I am constantly working to improve myself and pushing myself to keep learning, so therefore I spend time reading books in a variety of genres as well as taking online classes in my favorite subjects or even obscure topics. 

 

Criminal DUI Defense Attorneys in Fort Lauderdale offer internships to college, law and high school studentsAntonette Jones

Hi, I’m Antonette and I am a rising junior at the University of Florida. I am a dual major in criminology and history with a minor in African American studies. I have hopes of attending law school after I finish undergrad to study to be a criminal defense attorney. 

 

What do you enjoy about interning at Rossen Law Firm?
I love sitting in on court hearings and the weekly individual projects we get to do. Attending court over Zoom meetings has allowed me to learn so much about the daily functions of the court system and the different methods that are used by both defense and prosecution to secure the outcome they want. The weekly projects help me learn a lot about the behind the scenes work of maintaining a successful law firm and also about the local resources that are accessible to many who may have legal or personal troubles.

 

What do you do when you’re not working for Rossen Law Firm?

When I am not working at Rossen Law Firm I am doing research for my majors and a lot of reading for leisure. I stay active while staying home by working out four days a week and going on walks. In fall I will be returning to school where I am involved in several extracurriculars such as peer leadership, an ambassador for the UF College of Liberal Arts and sciences, and attending different club meetings. 

 

Criminal DUI Defense Attorneys in Fort Lauderdale offer internships to college, law and high school studentsBrianna Fisher

Hi, my name is Brianna Fisher. 

I am an incoming freshman at the University of Pennsylvania who hopes to pursue a career in criminal law. I plan to major  in political science and double minor in public policy and statistics, and attend law school afterwards.

As an intern at the firm, I often write for the website, including blog posts and case results, and also help write the monthly newsletter. 

 

What do you enjoy 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, all activities I hope to continue throughout college. I also have been dancing for the past 15 years and volunteer at the studio to help teach classes. 

 

 

 

Criminal DUI Defense Attorneys in Fort Lauderdale offer internships to college, law and high school studentsDeborah Caputo

My name is Deborah Caputo and I will be entering my second year as a law student in Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law. I am a part of the Student Bar Association as the Vice President. I am also involved as an executive board member in other student organizations which are the Human Rights Organization, Animal Legal Defense Fund and Family Law Society. I am expecting to graduate in 2022. The area of law I want to practice is still to be decided, but I do know it will involve being an advocate for the individual and to uphold his or her rights! 

 

What do you enjoy about interning at Rossen Law Firm?
There are many things I enjoy about interning at the Rossen Law Firm. The first hand experience of being in court to witness how cases are dealt in a certain manner and assisting in cases in the firm, for example by helping schedule depositions. Additionally, I enjoy the opportunity to help the community with the Rossen Law Firm by attending non-profit events. This firm’s passion is to help not only their clients but the community around them!

What do you do when you’re not working for Rossen Law Firm?

In my free time, you will likely see me at a local coffee shop spending time with friends. I love to spend time with my family and friends. I also love to travel around South Florida to find the best hole in the wall restaurants and cafes! To continue talking about traveling, there are specific cities and countries that I would love to visit one day, so slowly but surely each place will be checked off my list! 



 

Criminal DUI Defense Attorneys in Fort Lauderdale offer internships to college, law and high school studentsGeovanna Sotello

Hi, I’m Geovanna. I was born and raised in South Florida. I graduated from the University of Florida and I am now continuing my education at Nova Southeastern Law School. I am currently 3L. Although I have not decided on which field of law I would like to practice, I have always had an interest in criminal law. 

What do you enjoy about interning at Rossen Law Firm?
I enjoy interning at Rossen Law Firm because of the first hand experience and the working environment. Adam does a great job at keeping us involved and making sure we are exposed to as much of the legal process as possible. The team as a whole is so nice and welcoming. I also enjoy what the firm stands for and how they make sure to give back to the community through organizations such as In Jacob’s Shoes. 

What do you do when you’re not working for Rossen Law Firm?

In my free time I love to spend time outside, practice yoga, go for a run, and to be around family. One of my favorite places to go is the beach, especially to watch the sunrise. I also love to travel and hope to one day visit all the countries on my bucket list.

 

Nicholas Reisler 

Nicholas Reisler is a senior at the university of Florida planning to study law at Nova Southeastern University in 2021 

 

What do you enjoy about interning at Rossen Law Firm?
Going to court! Getting first-hand experience as to what it’s like in a courtroom is the most important part for me 

What do you do when you’re not working for Rossen Law Firm?

I usually hang out with friends , play board games, play some tennis , or play video games. I also volunteer my time to help out Boca Raton’s promise, a mental health organization located in Boca, as much as possible!

 

Criminal DUI Defense Attorneys in Fort Lauderdale offer internships to college, law and high school studentsPatricia Herrera

My name is Patricia Herrera and I am a recent graduate from the University of Miami with a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science and Spanish. I have a passion for politics and community service and attempt to use these passions daily and in the work I complete. I plan to attend law school in the Fall of 2021 and work in politics after I graduate.

 

What do you enjoy about interning at Rossen Law Firm?
I enjoy interning at Rossen Law Firm because the staff at the firm has cultivated a great environment for learning and growth and it has allowed me to begin learning about the legal system from day one. Additionally, they have allowed me to sit in on virtual hearings and practice my analytical skills, with projects that the team creates, in order to challenge their interns. The firm proves that they not only have an interest in teaching their interns about the legal field but about how to prepare them to ask questions, seek answers, and learn every aspect about case management so that the interns may experience firsthand what working as a lawyer entails. Rossen Law Firm cares about their team and takes extra measures to ensure that they grow in the time that they spend with the firm.

What do you do when you’re not working for Rossen Law Firm?

When I am not working for the firm I am either studying for the LSAT, volunteering for different nonprofit organizations and spending time with my family. I love volunteering and it is something I employ much of my freetime doing. On the off chance that I have extra time, I spend it either reading or crafting.

 

Criminal DUI Defense Attorneys in Fort Lauderdale offer internships to college, law and high school studentsShannon Wong

My name is Shannon Wong, and I am a rising 2L at Florida State University College of Law. I attended FSU for my undergraduate degree as well, and received a bachelor’s degree in Criminology with a minor in Psychology. I was born and raised in Palm Beach County, Florida and previously worked at the State Attorney’s Office for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit as a Victim/Witness Coordinator. 

 

What do you enjoy about interning at Rossen Law Firm?
I love the team effort - Adam and Manny are always ready and willing to help answer any questions we have and they really take the time to walk us through everything. The group message with all the interns (and Adam) is fun because we all get to know one another and talk about court hearings or meetings together. Adam really makes time to debrief and talk about things after we’ve just finished observing a court hearing, and he makes it fun. Plus he’s sometimes funny so it’s just an enjoyable work environment all around. 

 

What do you do when you’re not working for Rossen Law Firm?

Usually, I’m reading for my summer classes or outlining to prepare for exams. I also enjoy taking my dogs, Lacey and Romo, on walks, hanging out with my friends (6 feet apart), or just staying at home watching Netflix since there’s really not much else to do in quarantine.