Ms. Rosenfeld speaks fluent German as well as conversational Polish, Hebrew, and Italian, allowing her to communicate with clients from a wide variety of backgrounds. She has had an interest in world-wide legal traditions and has published a law review article on the comparative rules of international evidence. This interest, along with her European background, has given her a deeper understanding of the Hague Convention and the civil aspects of child abduction.
Prior to joining Feinberg & Waller, Ms. Rosenfeld clerked with Levitt & Quinn Family Law Center, a nonprofit family law center, through a Loyola Law School fellowship. She conducted intake of clients, drafted family law and adoption pleadings, participated in client consultations, and assisted attorneys with discovery, motions, and trial preparations.
Since the beginning of her involvement in the legal field, Ms. Rosenfeld has advocated consistently and effectively for the rights of those in need. While in law school, she was involved in organizations such as the Women's Lawyer's Association and the Jewish Law Students Association and acted as a legal extern for Loyola Law School's Project for the Innocent, assisting California prison inmates who requested legal assistance. Ms. Rosenfeld has had community volunteer affiliations with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and Sova Food Pantry. Her dedication to assisting those in need, both through her legal services and her volunteer activities, consistently motivates her to help families resolve conflicts as quickly and effectively as possible.
Ms. Rosenfeld earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in History, graduating summa cum laude from the University of Southern California (USC). Ms. Rosenfeld was part of the History Department's Honor's Program and completed an Honor's Thesis prior to graduating from USC. She earned her law degree at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.
Ms. Rosenfeld is a member of the California Bar Association, the Beverly Hills Bar Association - Family Law section, the Los Angeles County Bar Association - Family Law section, the German American Business Association, and the Women's Lawyer's Association of Los Angeles.
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