Courtroom heart attacks don’t just belong on TV dramas
Just ask Lee Rosen – the founder of Rosen Law Firm. At the tender(ish) age of 37, this spritely, ambitious family lawyer ended up having a quintuple bypass… alongside one helluva wakeup call about his future. This wakeup call had nothing to do with stress levels or fast food consumption, mind you. Instead, it was about the kind of lawyer he wanted to be from that point on.
You see, for the first time in his life, Lee had experienced the true terror of feeling uninformed and vulnerable. He knew little about heart disease and struggled to get answers to his questions (this being a pre-internet world), and he felt exposed, out of the loop, and scared.
His experience made him think of all the people who end up doing poorly out of divorce settlements and custody battles because they lack the information or knowledge to help themselves. These people say: “The lawyers went into a room and came out, telling me I’d better take the deal – but I don’t know why, or if I should.” They feel vulnerable and alone, just like Lee felt when he went through heart surgery.
No one should have to feel like that.
Lemons –> lemonade
So Lee decided to double down on a project he’d started a few years earlier: this website. You see, it doesn’t just advertise our services or tell you how great we are; it’s also a huge repository of information to help educate people about family law. It demystifies the divorce process, sharing the secrets and information that other lawyers normally try to keep hidden.
Today, this website contains a vast assortment of webinars, legal forms, statutes, Q&As with lawyers, audio and video courses, articles, and lots more. It allows us to reach beyond our immediate world to those who can’t work with us directly, and we’re delighted to see how many people it continues to help.
Moving the mission worldwide
Lee has now retired from Rosen Law, but no: he hasn’t joined a golf club or started going to bed at 5 p.m. He’s decided to travel the world in order to help new lawyers grow their own respective businesses so that they, in turn, can help others as he’s done.
And he still comes back regularly to check up on us and make sure we’re doing everything we can to educate, advise and help as many people as we can.
Lee S. Rosen
Rosen Law Firm
P: (919) 787-6668
|University of North Carolina at Asheville||Political Science||BA- Bachelor of Arts|
|Wake Forest University School of Law||Law||JD- Juris Doctor|
|Award Title||Granting Organization||Year|
|ABA Annual Blawg 100 – Business of Law||American Bar Association Journal||2013, 2012|
|Legal Elite – Family Law||Business North Carolina Magazine||2013, 2011|
|Keane Award for Excellence in eLawyering||American Bar Association||2010|
|Editorial Board – Family Advocate||American Bar Association||1995 – 2012|
|Chairperson – Law Practice Management Section||North Carolina Bar Association||2006 – 2008|
|Steering Committee – Family Violence Project||National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges||1990 -1995|
|Council Member||North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Section||1990 – 1993|
|Chairperson, Domestic Violence Committee||American Bar Association||1988 – 1990|
|Editor, Family Forum||North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Section||1992 – 1993|
|Law Practice Management Editor – Family Advocate||American Bar Association||2000 – 2012|
|Put Into Practice: Risk Management Tips||NC Lawyers Mutual Continuing Education||2012|
|Ethics Panel – Recent Developments||NC Lawyers Mutual Continuing Education||2011|
|Social Media Panel||NABRICO Conference||2011|
|15 Ways to Raise Your Practice to a New Level||ABA Family Law Spring Meeting||2010|
|Family Law Practice Management||Spring CLE Conference||2010|
|60 Technology Tips in 60 Minutes||NC Paralegal Association||2010|
|Law Practice Management Annual Meeting||NC Bar Association Law Practice Management||2009|
|Aerican Bar Association|
|National Business Institute|
|National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges|
|Wake Forest University School of Law|
|Campbell University School of Law|
|North Carolina Bar Foundation|
|Divorcing Smartly: The End Of A Marriage Isn’t The End Of The World||Morgan and Dawson||2014|
|365 Divorce Meditations: Daily Lessons For The First Year Of Your New Life||Morgan and Dawson||2010|
|Technology Audit||North Carolina Lawyers Weekly||2008|
|North Carolina Family and Related Laws Annotated (Annual Publication)||Lexis Nexis||2004 – 2013|
|Publisher & Host||Stay Happily Married||2008 – present|
|Publisher & Author||Divorce Discourse||2008 – present|
|Publisher & Host||North Carolina Divorce Talk Radio||2005 – 2012|