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Susan M. Rotkis

Susan M. Rotkis

Consumer Litigation Associates, P.C.

Newport News, VA, USA

Susan M. Rotkis has practiced law in Virginia since 1996.  She represents consumers in litigation against financial institutions, consumer reporting agencies, employers, and debt collectors in federal courts throughout the country. Ms. Rotkis started her legal career at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children in Alexandria, Virginia, as legal and legislative counsel.  She served as general counsel and corporate facility security officer of Total Immersion Software, Inc., (now Intific).  She has represented individuals in the Defense Department Office of Hearing and Appeals related to clearance denials and revocations. 

Ms. Rotkis served as a law clerk at the elbows of two judges: the Hon. Michael S. McDonald (retired) in the Western District of Texas and the Hon. Dennis W. Dohnal (deceased) in the Eastern District of Virginia. As a student at Georgetown University Law Center, she was a member of the American Criminal Law Review and a founding member of the GULC Disability Rights Council. She represented disability applicants, consumers and tenants as part of the Center for Applied Legal Studies and the D.C. Law Students in Court Program. During law school, Ms. Rotkis also served on the staff of the Hon. Dennis DeConcini, United States Senator (Arizona). 

 Ms. Rotkis is graduated from Arizona State University (B.A. 1989) and Georgetown University Law Center (J.D. 1996).   She is currently serving a gubernatorial appointment as a Commissioner on the Hampton Roads Sanitation District Commission, and an appointment to the Hampton Federal Area Development Authority.  She is also a member of the parish leadership council of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, and an immediate past member of the Virginia National Guard Family Advisory Council and the American Red Cross, Hampton Roads Chapter.  When she isn’t working or volunteering, she can usually be found on a boat with her husband and two kids. 


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