Mr. Rosner received his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley (B.A., Rhetoric and Economics, 1980). He received his law degree from the University of San Diego School of Law (J.D., 1983), where he was a member of the Law Review and a representative of the Regional Moot Court. While attending law school, Mr. Rosner handled his first consumer fraud and Lemon Law case as an intern for Professor Robert Fellmeth at the Center for Public Interest Law. (Prof. Fellmeth is one of the most noted consumer advocates in the country and is one of the two original ěĄder’s Raiders.îŠ Based on the success of his first case, Mr. Rosner continued to handle consumer fraud and Lemon Law matters, working with Prof. Fellmeth before and after graduation from law school.
Mr. Rosner has served as a state Lemon Law conference moderator and has given numerous presentations regarding consumer rights and warranty law, including a recent presentation at the National Consumer Law Conference. His firm helped host the 2005 regional auto fraud conference for the National Association of Consumer Advocates, where Mr. Rosner was a featured speaker. Mr. Rosner has also appeared before a state Senate subcommittee, and provides opinions on consumer legislation to legislators.