RLF - iStory of iPerserverance & iService
In February 2000, Rose Law Firm, LLC (RLF) began its mission of providing competent and effective legal services to the legally under-served in Baltimore and beyond. RLF started out in the Baltimore landmark and relic, Kickerbacker building, at 218 E. Lexington Street, Baltimore, MD, 21202, where poor entrepreneurial Baltimore attorneys are incubated. With passion to serve and love for the business and practice of law, for the benefit of the under-served, RLF focused on serving a clientele of working class and indigent individuals in the areas of employment discrimination, immigration, corporations/small business, entertainment and civil litigation. With a results and solutions oriented approach for our clients and professional quality work, RLF, built up its clients and growth of RLF as a viable legal services operation with a niche in employment discrimination.
In June 2008 RLF moved its office to 200 East Lexington Street, Suite 800, Baltimore, MD, 21202, remaining in the heart of Baltimore city, bordered to the west and east by the Historic Baltimore City Circuit Court, where all the great Attorneys and Judges of Baltimore are cultivated. This location, called the court Square Building, (CBS) itself is a Baltimore relic. Over the years, the CSB hosted and still host many great Baltimore attorneys. In February 2016, RLF moved its offices to suite 1305 in the CSB. These moves reflect the growth of RLF as we increase and build our capacity to serve the legally under-served.
RLF continues to provide effective results and solutions oriented legal services to the legally under-served. Just since 2015, RLF has recovered more than 2 million dollars in damages and fees for our clients
George A. Rose, Esq.
Attorney Rose is the managing attorney at Rose Law Firm. Dejazmatch George was born in West Kingston Jamaica, West Indies, on December 6, 1962. In 1996 he migrated to the US at the advance age of 27 years in pursuit of education and a better way of life. With the Guiding Light and Teachings of Haile Selassie First, and the support of his Family, Dejazmatch George persevered through all odd to pursue the path of education for his life in America. This pursuit, balanced with a high consciousness of morality, duty and service in the Cause of a Suffering Humanity, led Dejazmatch George to becoming an attorney in 1999 and establishing Rose Law Firm in 2000, in service to the legally underserved, and often Suffering Humanity.
Kwasi O. Bonsu, Esq.
After graduating law school in 2003, Attorney Bonsu clerked for Rose Law Firm. In 2004 Attorney Bonsu was admitted to the Maryland Bar, and later that year, joined the Law Offices of Gabriel J. Christian and Associates LLC, where he focused on personal injury and civil litigation. Over the years, Attorney Bonus maintained an Of-Counsel relationship with Rose Law Firm, on personal injury and entertainment law matters. Attorney Bonsu currently represents and provides consultation for several entertainment clients in the DMV including filmmakers, recording artists, producers and record labels.
Shivon Melissa Williams came to Rose Law Firm (RLF) with experience in customer service and supervision. In December 2016, she obtained her associate’s degree in Accounting at Baltimore City Community College, and plans to complete her Bachelor’s degree in accounting in 2018. Shivon began her employment with RLF in February 2016 in the position of Administrative Assistant. Shivon demonstrated good administrative abilities and leadership qualities, and quickly learned and adopt to the roles, duties and responsibilities of a legal secretary, legal assistant and office manager at RLF, all in which she has served as support staff at RLF. Shivon has been reliable for RLF with its’ day-to-day operations, and has proven herself to be quite effective and valuable in maintaining professional standards in RLF’s operations and client services.
Jabari Rose – Jabari is a current electrical engineering undergraduate student at Morgan University in Baltimore, Maryland, in his senior year. In 2014 Jabari was recognized and awarded for achieving the highest grade in college math for his graduating class at Randallstown High School. Jabari began working at Rose Law Firm, in May 2014 as an administrative intern, after high school graduation. As a Admin Intern at RLF, Jabari focuses on electronic and manual document processing and preparation for discovery and court filings, electronic and manual file maintenance, call processing, scheduling, calendaring and RLF docket maintenance, and other assigned duties. Jabari is a recreational tennis player and former member of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), who played in USTA tournaments. To complement his academics and athleticism, Jabari is a talented pianist.