Professor David Rosen is an honorary professor of law at Brunel Law School, specialising in counter fraud and counter corruption in both civil and criminal disciplines. He regularly lectures at Brunel as a part-time academic on a weekly basis having developed and continuing to run a fraud examination course, and a practical legal skills course in term 1, followed by advocacy in the moot court and a pro bono surgery in term 2. These courses are open to all levels at Brunel save for the pro bono surgery which requires a student to have first successfully completed the practical legal skills course.
He was educated at City of London School, London, EC4, and then attended Brunel University where he graduated in 1995 with an LL B (Hons).
He attended the College of Law, Store Street, obtaining his Legal Practice Course, and completed his training contract at Fuglers in the west-end of London, before being admitted as a Solicitor in January 1999.
He ran his own law firm in London, before accepting partnership as head of litigation at Darlingtons Solicitors where he practices as a Solicitor-Advocate with Higher Rights of Audience in all proceedings.
He returned as an alumni of Brunel University in 2011, where he was engaged as a visiting associate professor of law, and then elevated to an hononrary professor. He is also regularly involved and a keen supporter of debating and mooting training and competitions where he is invited as a mooting Judge.
Professor Rosen has had a string of high-profile cases, and is an energetic blogger and twitter user, engaging in social media as a useful teaching and learning tool. He regularly appears in newspapers and on radio, and lectures internationally.
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LL B (Hons) (Brunel) 1991-1995 Dip. Law (College of Law) 1996 Law Society: Admitted January 1999 Solicitor-Advocate Higher Courts (Civil Proceedings) 2003 Solicitor-Advocate Higher Courts (All Proceedings) 2010 Certified Fraud Examiner (ACFE, Texas) 2011 PgCert Counter Fraud and Counter Corruption (Portsmouth) 2018