Dedicated and successful advocate
Mary Pat Rosen’s commitment to justice began while she was earning her law degree at Western Michigan University, where she worked with the Michigan Department of Labor’s Commission for Handicapped Concerns and the Commission for the Blind. These positions highlighted the importance of a career dedicated to giving those in need a voice for change. These experiences also formed the basis of Mary Pat’s own career goal: to assist those harmed while championing change for the public good.
Mary Pat has a prevalent nurturing side combined with a strong analytical perspective. She champions her clients’ rights with civility and respect, even in the most adversarial of circumstances. Those traits, coupled with her drive to succeed for the right reasons, make her the successful and dedicated advocate she is.
Mary Pat grew up in Ypsilanti where the term “it takes a village” still holds true. Growing up in a small town, surrounded by the closeness of friends that she referred to as“family,” her surroundings instilled a strong work ethic that fostered her “can do” mentality. Having been a female athlete at the time Title IX was passed, she saw first-hand the differences that the law can have on people’s lives. Through these experiences and the never-ending support of her parents and siblings, she achieved much in her life that she did not think possible.
In her spare time, Mary Pat is an avid photographer, coaches boys’ track and field, and is an avid hiker.
- $5 million verdict vs General Motors, defective seat belt
- $1 million settlement vs rural Hospital, overdose of elderly patient with pain medication
- $500,000 settlement for failure to inform patient of abnormal findings on chest x-ray consistent with cancer
- Settlement and a change in a major hospital safety procedure the hospital attributed directly to us bringing attention to the negligence that caused harm
- Resolved claims on behalf of sister survivors with Michigan State University
- State Bar of Michigan
- Master Lawyers & Negligence Law
- Michigan Association for Justice
- Executive Board – 1996 – 1998
- MAJ Women’s Caucus
- Oakland County Bar Association
- American Inns of Court
- Master of the Bench, University of Detroit Law School Chapter – 2016 to present
- Pacesetter recognition by Michigan Association of Justice
- Women Lawyers Association of Michigan
- Wayne State University Medical School
- Adjunct Professor, Medical-Legal Internship Program – 2019
- Shades of Pink Foundation
- President and Board Member – 2021
- Impact100 Oakland County
- Founding Board Member – 2015 to present
- President – 2017- 2019
- Vice President – 2015 – 2017
- Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Juris Doctor
- Michigan State University, Bachelor of Science with Honors
- U.S District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
- U.S District Court for the Western District of Michigan