Elliot Rosenberger is a 2014 graduate of the UCLA School of Law. Since establishing his law practices, his clients have included a multinational health care provider, a global absence management administrator, a credit union, a new media production company, a clinical laboratory staffing agency, a digital venture capital marketplace, a blockchain performance engineering company, an SEO firm, other attorneys, employees of various professions, tenants, and commercial landlords.
During law school, Elliot clerked for the Complex Litigation Section of the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office and the Enforcement Department of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). He was co-chair of the Public Interest Law Fund, a student-run organization at UCLA dedicated to heightening and engaging the UCLA legal community’s commitment to public interest law. After law school, Elliot completed the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) fellowship program of the Los Angeles Chapter, where he worked alongside ABOTA attorneys at the law firms of Panish, Shea & Boyle LLP and Ballard, Rosenberg, Golper & Savitt LLP, and for a Los Angeles Superior Court judge. He has served as a volunteer attorney with the Employment Rights Project at Bet Tzedek Legal Services and as a staff attorney at the Eviction Defense Network, where he provided free and low-cost legal advice and representation to low-income residents of Los Angeles County.
Elliot grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada and is fluent in Spanish.