Mr. Rozger graduated cum laude in Economics from Drew University in 1993. He graduated from New York University School of Law in 1996, where he was an editor of the Review of Law & Social Change and earned a Public Interest Law Center grant to spend a summer working for the Texas Civil Rights Project. After clerking for the Hon. Ronald Graves of the New Jersey Superior Court (now of the Appellate Division), in September of 1997, Mr. Rozger joined Bronx Legal Services, where he was a staff attorney in the Disability and General Practice units.
Mr. Rozger joined Beranbaum Menken Ben-Asher & Bierman as an associate in June of 2000, and became a partner in 2007. He concentrates in employment, civil rights, labor and criminal law. He has a particular expertise in class action litigation, including several pending and certified class actions venued in the Northern District of New York challenging the strip search practices of several county jails. In his spare time he plays prop with the Village Lions Rugby Club, and serves on the board of his co-op in Sunnyside, Queens.