J.D., American University Washington College of Law
B.A., English with Minor in Legal Studies and International Relations, Saint Martin’s University
District of Columbia
An Associate, Jaime L. K. Rosenberg advises clients on matters involving compliance and civil and criminal enforcement of U.S. sanctions, export controls, and anti-corruption (FCPA) matters, as well as on cross-border corporate issues.
Ms. Rosenberg has been with Akrivis since before graduating law school, first working a Law Clerk. Prior to that, she served as a legal intern for the U.S. Department of Justice, working on high-profile government cases involving aviation and maritime tort litigation and choice of law issues concerning international matters. Ms. Rosenberg also worked for Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC as a law clerk for the firm’s global business practice dealing with matters involving export compliance, sanctions, and other international trade issues and as a judicial intern for the Honorable Amit P. Mehta at the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Her previous work also included national and international complex class action litigation cases pursuing price-fixing, consumer fraud, and other antitrust violations.
Ms. Rosenberg also has experience in government relations working for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) where she worked in a variety of issues affecting intercollegiate athletics including athlete-agent regulation, Title IX, internet gambling, performance-enhancing drugs, and student-athlete welfare issues. She has also worked for the U.S. House of Representatives and the Washington State Legislature.
During law school, Ms. Rosenberg was the Executive Competitions Director of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Honor Society and Team Captain of the Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court Team in Germany, where her team placed as the top American team in the competition. Additionally, Ms. Rosenberg was a staff member on the National Security Law Brief and on the Administrative Law Review (ALR), where she wrote a Comment exploring the lack of oversight by the Department of the Treasury in the prevention of money laundering.
Ms. Rosenberg’s pro bono work includes juvenile criminal defense in Maryland for the Office of the Public Defender while acting as a student attorney for the American University Washington College of Law Criminal Justice Clinic – Defense and as a Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project Teaching Fellow where she taught Youth Justice and Constitutional Law in the District of Columbia Public Schools.
Ms. Rosenberg was born and raised in Kailua, Hawaii and played varsity intercollegiate soccer and track & field while at Saint Martin’s University.