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Alexandra Rosin

Center for Family Representation, Inc.
Litigation Supervisor
New York, NY, USA

Alexandra (Sandy) Rosin, Litigation Supervisor, joined CFR as a staff attorney in December of 2007. Since 2009, she has focused on working with young parents, many of whom are in foster care or have a history of foster care placement. She is the co-author, with Rebecca Horwitz, Esq., and Chloe Junge, LMSW, of "Presentment vs. Protection: When Youths in Foster Care Become Respondents in Child Welfare Proceedings," published in the January-February 2012 edition of the Shriver Center's Clearinghouse Review: Journal of Poverty Law and Policy. Ms. Rosin received her J.D. in May 2006 from Fordham University School of Law where she was a Stein Scholar in Public Interest Law and Ethics. During law school, Ms. Rosin interned at South Brooklyn Legal Services in the Family Law Unit, Children's Rights, and the U.S. Department of Justice Executive Office of Immigration Review; she also spent a semester in Fordham's Family Advocacy Clinic. Following graduation, Ms. Rosin clerked for the Honorable Susan K. Gauvey, United States Magistrate Judge for the District of Maryland, Baltimore. Prior to law school, Ms. Rosin worked for many years in the field of ethnographic art books. She graduated in 1991 from Northwestern University with a B.A. in Art History.

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