During law school, Shaun worked as a student-attorney in the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic, and as a legal intern at SeniorLAW Center.
“I always intended to work for a firm that amplifies voices of the oppressed and attempts to make the world a better place. Working on matters ranging from employment discrimination to whistleblower actions, I feel like I am making a difference every day.”
Our commitment to securing justice and providing the best representation possible is reflected in a commitment to diversity within our own firm. At Sanford Heisler Sharp, LLP, we know better than to think the best attorneys look alike, sound alike, think alike, or live alike. What matters is talent, and we hire the best talent available.
As a result, our team more accurately mirrors America. Women, minority, and/or openly gay lawyers make up the majority of our staff. A passion for social justice unites our team - we all work to use the power of law to help create and enforce a more just society.
Shaun Rosenthal is an Associate in the Washington, DC office of Sanford Heisler Sharp, LLP, a national law firm with offices in the District of Columbia, New York, California, Tennessee, and Maryland. He received his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Honors Business Administration degree from the Ivey Business School of the University of Western Ontario.
Mr. Rosenthal first joined Sanford Heisler Sharp as a Summer Associate in 2017. During law school, he worked as a student-attorney in the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic, and as a legal intern at SeniorLAW Center, where he represented older Pennsylvanians in their housing needs. He also interned at Lawyers for Human Rights in South Africa to help undocumented South Africans gain citizenship.
- J.D., University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2018
- HBA, Ivey School of Business of the University of Western Ontario, 2015
- Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic
- District of Columbia, 2020
- New York, 2019
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