Brett Rosen

Brett went to undergraduate school at the University of Rhode Island and graduated with a History degree in 2012. He went to law school at Roger Williams University School of Law, and graduated in 2015. After law school, he was accepted into the Continuing Education Program at Princeton University for the Fall semester of 2015 and took Philosophy of Law which focused only on criminal law.

Brett was licensed in New Jersey in November, 2015. Altogether, he has tried 14 trials, 10 of which were jury trials. Two of those trials were while he was in law school, wherein he tried a case as a student attorney at the Bristol County District Attorney’s office in Massachusetts, and as a student attorney for the Roger Williams University School of Law Advanced Criminal Defense Clinic in Rhode Island. He was recently awarded the Avvo Client’s Choice award.

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