Matthew J. Rosen, Esq.
Areas of Practice
J.D.: Rutgers School of Law Newark, NJ - 2013
B.A.: Brandeis University
Waltham, MA - 2008
District of New Jersey
tel: (973) 476-9064
fax: (201) 781-5682
Matthew Rosen is committed to achieving his clients' best possible outcomes by taking an extra second to do the job right. He believes in conserving his clients' resources, and is skilled in employing alternative dispute resolution techniques that minimize litigation costs.
After graduating law school, Mr. Rosen worked for the distinguished law firm Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt & Fader. There, he performed a range of litigation functions encompassing a variety of legal areas. Mr. Rosen's experience includes work in state and federal tort litigation, including personal injury, defamation, and consumer fraud. He is versed in the laws controlling public entities, election law and state education law. Additionally, he possesses experience with workers' compensation law, county-level environmental regulation, general contract law, and non-profit law. In addition to the above, he also completed the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General's Volunteer Attorney Program, where Mr. Rosen assisted the Employment and Labor Counseling Division in representing the State, gaining a thorough understanding of the current employment law landscape in New Jersey.
Mr. Rosen has twice worked for New Jersey's Superior Courts: Chancery Division, Family Part. There, he learned how the courts approaches divorce, family conflict, domestic violence, and family motion practice.
Mr. Rosen graduated with a J.D. from Rutgers School of Law - Newark, where he was a student attorney for the Rutgers Federal Income Tax clinic and spent much time representing indigents in their troubles with the I.R.S. Additionally, he researched the Criminal Law as Professor Vera Bergelson's research assistant and sought temporary legal status for immigrant victims of crime through the Law School's externship program with the American Friends Service Committee. As an intern with the UJA-Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, Mr. Rosen participated in grant writing, facilitated donative transfers, and approached trust and estate law from the perspective of one of the world's largest non-profit charity organizations. Lastly, he is proud to have been a teacher in Rutger's acclaimed Street Law program, which brings safe legal discussion, explanation, and conceptual learning to Newark elementary school students.
Prior to law school, Mr. Rosen had the unique honor of teaching accounting, business skills, and math to Peru's female indigenous population through a two-year service project with the United States Peace Corps. As a result, he both understands and speaks Spanish.
Mr. Rosen received his Bachelor of Arts from Brandeis University. With diverse academic interests, he double majored and minored in Economics and Philosophy and Business and Art History. At Brandeis, he started, operated, and eventually sold his own furniture leasing company. He also interned for the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General's Insurance Consumer Protection division, where he mediated disputes between insurance carriers and their providers.
Mr. Rosen is a proud member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, Temple Shalom of Succasunna, NJ Brotherhood, the Randolph YMCA, and Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity.