Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller is proud to announce that Mia Rosati has been named to the Board of Directors of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Philadelphia.
Rosati was first introduced to CASA in the fall of 2018 when she applied for the Philadelphia Bar Foundation’s Board Observer Program, which gives young lawyers the opportunity to volunteer and serve on nonprofit boards of directors. As part of the program, she learned more about the incredible work CASA does for children in foster care in Philadelphia. She volunteered to support the Board’s Development Committee and assisted in planning CASA’s May 2019 Spring Gala. In June 2019, Rosati was officially voted on as a full time Board Member. She will also participate in CASA’s 7th annual 5K Superhero Run/Walk in Fairmount Park on October 6, 2019.
An associate in the Litigation department, Rosati focuses her practice on insurance coverage matters. She also has experience in real estate and bankruptcy matters. She is an active pro bono practitioner, representing clients in asylum applications and prisoners’ rights cases, among others. Rosati earned her law degree from Villanova University School of Law, cum laude, where she was Special Projects Editor of the Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal. She earned her undergraduate degree from Yale University in Political Science where she also played Varsity Field Hockey. Prior to joining the firm, she was an associate at Dechert LLP in Philadelphia
About Court Appointed Special Advocates:
Founded in 1977, the National Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian Ad Litem (CASA/GAL) Association for Children, together with state and local member programs, supports and promotes court-appointed volunteer advocacy so every child who has experienced abuse or neglect can be safe, have a permanent home, and the opportunity to thrive. Each volunteer is appointed by a judge to advocate for a child’s best interest in court. Volunteers help judges develop a fuller picture of each child’s life, and their advocacy enables judges to make the most well-informed decision for each child. Learn more at casaforchildren.org.Share This