Weiss & Paarz, P.C.
SARAH A. ROZALIS, ESQ. is an associate with the firm licensed to practice in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Ms. Rozalis is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of George Washington University, where she was awarded Phi Betta Kappa honors. She majored in Psychology with a concentration in Cognitive Neuroscience and a minor in Mind-Brain Studies. After college and before deciding to pursue a legal career, she spent time managing a cognitive neuroscience research lab which focused on attention and cognition.
Ms. Rozalis graduated from Rutgers University Law School, completing her course load in two years while on a full academic merit scholarship. During law school, she earned the First Year Writing Award given to an outstanding student in each section. Ms. Rozalis served as a teaching assistant in both Contracts and Legal Writing. She was honored to be chosen to represent Rutgers in a national baseball arbitration competition and have an article which she authored on New Jersey’s legal duties in the face of climate change chosen for publication by the Villanova Environmental Law Journal. Ms. Rozalis graduated Magna Cum Laude and was awarded the Order of the Coif (top 10%).
Ms. Rozalis’ professional associations include the New Jersey Association for Justice; Pennsylvania Association for Justice; American Bar Association; Pennsylvania State Bar Association; New Jersey State Bar Association; Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association.
Ms. Rozalis organizes the firm’s community outreach and volunteer efforts. She is responsible for implementing and managing the firm’s numerous scholarship opportunities, both locally and nationally. Ms. Rozalis resides in Cherry Hill, NJ with her husband and two young children.