Joseph J Rosen
Joseph Rosen received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law in 1999, graduating with honors. In law school, Joseph served for a semester as a Senior Articles Editor with the Florida Journal of International Law. At that time, he wrote a paper on the legal and political conflict between the Palestinians and Israelis over the status of Jerusalem. Joseph also received his Bachelors of Arts degree from the University of Florida, graduating with honors. In 2000, Joseph was admitted to the Florida Bar.
Joseph began his legal career in Fort Lauderdale, where he worked as an associate for a mid-sized real estate commercial firm. In that capacity, Joseph primarily handled transactional matters for the firm’s community association clients. He also performed legal research and assisted with the firm’s commercial litigation matters. In 2003, Joseph moved to Atlanta, Georgia, obtaining his bar license with the State of Georgia in 2004. For several years, Joseph worked as an associate in a medium sized commercial firm in the Buckhead section of Atlanta, primarily handling transactional matters for the firm’s community association clients and also performing general corporate work. In 2006, Joseph returned to Florida and worked for several years as an associate in a small community association law firm.
Joseph’s areas of practice include interpretation and drafting of community association documents, contracts, board of director issues, collection matters, corporate law, non profit law, and insurance claims.