Rosalie's practice has varied widely in that she has worked for one of the largest law firms in the world and for local Utah boutique litigation firms. She has also worked for local Utah environmental organizations addressing difficult policy issues in land management. Her practice has included complex commercial litigation, and she is now deeply involved in a case helping townhome owners whose homes suffer from serious construction defects.
Rosalie's work at Morris Sperry also includes all aspects of community association law, including governing document drafting and rewrites, opinion letters, governance issues, litigation, governing document enforcement, new association development and turnover, and disputes between owners and associations. Rosalie graduated from the University of Utah College of Law in the top of her class and was selected to serve on the Utah Law Review as an Articles Editor. Rosalie served as a Judicial Clerk for the Honorable Judith M. Billings with the Utah Court of Appeals.
Rosalie is an accomplished ski instructor and enjoys her time out of the office snow skiing, traveling, and enjoying the beautiful Utah outdoors.
University of Utah, J.D., 1999.
- Order of the Coif (top 10% of graduating class);
- Member: University of Utah Law Review, Articles Editor;
- Recipient: Outstanding Achievement Awards, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Property Law, Business Organizations, Comparative Law, Products Liability, Legal Professionalism (Awarded to the highest-scoring student in the class)
Brown University, B.A. (Modern Culture and Media), 1991
Memberships and Associations:
- Utah State Bar, admitted 1999
- Pennsylvania State Bar (2003-2006)
- Community Associations Institute (CAI)
Admitted to Practice:
- Utah, State and Federal Courts