Jennifer Rosinski is a 2012 Juris Doctorate candidate at Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law Center. Her focus is on labor and employment law and international women’s rights. She graduated from Florida Atlantic University Magna cum Laude with a degree in public management. Prior to law school, Jennifer worked at the Broward Sheriff’s Office for six years in different capacities, with her most recent assignment working in external affairs in the Sheriff’s Administration.
As a law student, Jennifer serves as a staff member for the Nova Law Review and is the vice president of teams for the Nova Trial Association. She spent last summer authoring a note, Labor Relations in Florida's Public Sector: Visiting the State's Past and Present to Find a Future Solution to the Fight Over the Public Purse Under Florida's Financial Urgency Statute, which is set to be published in the fall 2010 volume of Nova Law Review. In addition to working for the Inter-American Center for Human Rights, Jennifer is also a research assistant to Professor Michael Flynn where she is working on an article dealing with tort law. She also volunteers her time for Women in Distress of Broward County.