Juris Doctor, Magna Cum Laude
University of Miami School of Law
The field of immigration law is ingrained in Martin Rosenow’s DNA. His grandfather, Manfred Rosenow—an immigrant himself—first entered the field in the 1980s, when Martin was just a young boy. Martin spent many summers pitching in around the family firm as a teenager. Following graduation from Carson-Newman University in Tennessee, Martin returned to South Florida to work full-time as a paralegal for the firm, focusing on employment-based, U Visa, and VAWA petitions. Martin later enrolled at the University of Miami School of Law, receiving his Juris Doctor degree magna cum laude after having served as an intern and later as the Fellow of the School of Law’s Immigration Clinic, where he worked on removal and asylum cases before the Miami Immigration Court. During his tenure at the Immigration Clinic, Martin was awarded the CALI Excellence for the Future Award. He was also the recipient of the Judge Daniel S. Pearson Scholarship, awarded to law students who demonstrate dedication to public service and a high standard of professionalism.