Student, Harvard Law School
Mike Rozensher is a 3L at Harvard Law School. In the fall of 2010, Mike had the good fortune of taking Professor David B. Wilkins’ Legal Profession course which piqued Mike’s interest in examining macro-trends in the legal profession and in legal education.
Drawing on his entrepreneurial inclinations, as a 1L, Mike founded the Student Association for Law and Mind Sciences, the first organization at any law school in the country to advocate for a multidisciplinary approach to studying the law that specifically draws on relevant insights from the mind sciences fields. He is also currently spearheading an effort to create the nation’s first student-edited academic journal devoted to the subject. During his 1L summer, Mike interned at a non-profit in Boston providing legal support to community action agencies around the country on a wide range of issues. The following summer he worked as a Summer Associate at a large law firm in downtown Boston. Prior to law school, Mike spent three years with a boutique management consulting firm specializing in the application of decision strategy principles to big-bet strategic dilemmas for biopharmaceutical companies.
Mike spent his memorable childhood years in western Long Island, NY. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Brown University. In his spare time, he enjoys playing tennis, squash, soccer and volleyball. He also follows international affairs closely and is an avid NPR fan. Mike speaks three foreign languages, enjoys traveling to new and faraway places, and is a novice sailor and SCUBA diver.