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David N. Rosen

Visiting Clinical Lecturer in Law
David N. Rosen is a Visiting Clinical Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School. He co-teaches the Education Adequacy Project and works with the school’s Worker and Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic, Supreme Court Clinic, and China Law Center. He also lectures at the Medical School and is an attorney in private practice in New Haven. He litigates, teaches, and writes in the areas of antidiscrimination law, prisoners’ rights, international human rights, professional responsibility, torts, and trial and appellate practice. Rosen has represented the plaintiffs in a series of class action cases that helped racially integrate uniformed services agencies in Connecticut, and he has also done both individual and class action employment discrimination cases based on race, sex, age, or disability against a variety of large public and private employers. His appellate work has included several cases in the United States Supreme Court. He has been recognized in “Best Lawyers in America” for 25 years and has three times been named that volume’s “lawyer of the year” for New Haven, twice in appellate law and once in employment law. He was honored by the New Haven County Bar Association with its Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012. He graduated from Harvard College and Yale Law School, where he was a senior editor of The Yale Law Journal. Before law school, he attended the London School of Economics as an Honorary Woodrow Wilson Fellow.

LL.B., Yale, 1969
B.A., Harvard, 1965

Course Taught
Education Adequacy Project