She has proven to be a passionate advocate for clients in medical malpractice defense. While pursuing her law and undergraduate degrees, Ms. Rokosz spent two summers as an intern in the Consumer Affairs Counseling Section of the New Jersey Attorney General’s Law Division, and gained valuable experience interning at medical malpractice defense and plaintiff counsel law firms. She authored an article entitled “Assisted Reproductive Technologies: Advances in Medical Practice or Human Subject Research?” that was published in the Food and Drug Law Journal.
Ms. Rokosz built a diverse resume of experiences before graduating cum laude from Albany Law School with a Health Law Concentration with honors. She was a legal research assistant for the Dean, represented people battling HIV/AIDS and Cancer in social security and disability claims, served as the Executive Editor for Notes & Comments for the Albany Law Review, and was a quarterfinalist in the Donna Jo Morse Client Counseling Competition. In 2010, Ms. Rokosz graduated magna cum laude from the University of South Carolina with a B.A. in political science and a minor in history.
When Ms. Rokosz isn’t advocating for her clients, she enjoys traveling and hitting the ski slopes.
Albany Law School, cum laude, 2013
University of South Carolina, magna cum laude, 2010
New Jersey, 2013
New York, 2016
District Court of New Jersey 2013
Professional Memberships, Associations and Activities:
New Jersey State Bar Association, Health Care Section
American Bar Association
Phi Beta Kappa