Harold Rothman Business Scholarship: Rossen Law Firm Gives Back

Adam Rossen and his grandfather Harold Rothman are pictured together. The blog is about a scholarship Adam made in his grandfather's name in 2019.In honor of Adam’s grandfather, Harold Rothman, a master entrepreneur whose amazing story we’ve written about before, we gave away a $1,000 business scholarship to an accomplished student with entrepreneurial aspirations in 2019.


Scholarship Details and Deadlines:


Your mission: Put together a video telling us how you plan on using your education and skills to rock the business world. The video must be a minimum of two-minutes long. There is no maximum length as we do not want to put a cap on your creativity.


*Tip: We don’t do boring. We reward courage, and we appreciate different.


In addition to the video submission, applicants must also:

 Be enrolled either part time or full time in college.

  • There is no minimum GPA required for consideration. We value ingenuity and do not believe that it is determined by grades.


To apply you must:


Upload your video submission onto YouTube with the hashtag #RossenLawFirm and email the link to: [email protected]


In this email, also include:

  1. Your full name
  2. The school you are currently enrolled in
  3. A copy of your most recent transcript (as proof of enrollment).


The deadline for submissions is: June 15, 2019

 Winner will be announced in July 2019.

Good luck!


2019 Harold Rothman Scholarship Winner - Congrats, DANIEL NAQUI

Fort Lauderdale Law Firm Business Scholarship recipient is pictured with Adam and Harold at RLF

The winner of the Harold Rothman Business Scholarship was Daniel Naqui, an incoming freshman at the University Of Miami, which is my law school alma mater. This scholarship honors my grandfather's successful career as a business owner after returning from WWII. 


Dan is a young entrepreneur who sells signed baseball memorabilia. Dan, who has a brother with a form of autism, works to change the way employers view individuals that are on the spectrum. Adam and his grandfather went out to lunch with Daniel to celebrate his scholarship win and we had a great time listening to his successful business ventures.