Lochlin Rosen

Alumni Profiles, Scholar
Class of 2017
Lochlin Rosen

"Prior to arriving on campus at Texas Law, I could not possibly have imagined how much support I would receive from fellow public interest-minded students, faculty, and staff. The clinical faculty and the staff of the William Wayne Justice Center provided me with endless opportunities to grow as a person while pursuing my goals. Now, as I prepare to begin my career as a public interest lawyer, I know that there was no better choice for me than Texas Law."

Lochlin Rosen is an assistant public defender with the Office of the Colorado State Public Defender. At Texas Law, Lochlin was a project manager for the Juvenile Lifers Project as a 1L and a Pro Bono Scholar with the Mithoff Pro Bono Program as a 2L.  He was a co-director of Getting Radical in the South (GRITS) and president of the Public Interest Law Association. He interned with the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, and the Texas Defender Service.  He participated in the Capital Punishment Clinic and the Criminal Defense Clinic.