100 Hispanic Women Present “Aplauso” on LRDB | Honorable Judge Llinet Rosado

Judge_imgHonorable Judge Llinet Rosado


100 Hispanic Women Applaud the Honorable Judge Llinet


On November 6, 2012, Judge Rosado was elected Civil Court Judge of Bronx County and currently sits in Bronx Family Court where she presides over Custody, Visitation, and Family Offense petitions. Prior to her ascension to the bench, Judge Rosado worked as a court attorney to the Honorable Manuel J. Mendez; the Honorable Sallie Manzanet-Daniels, and the Honorable Robert E. Torres.Judge Rosado also worked as an attorney at Children Law’s Center where she represented children in custody, visitation, neglect, child support and domestic violence cases in both the Family Court and Integrated Domestic Violence Part. Judge Rosado began her career at the Bronx Legal Aid Society, representing indigent people accused of committing crimes. Since 1999, Judge Rosado has been an adjunct professor at Hostos Community College, where she has taught Criminal Law, Family Law, Trial Advocacy, Civil Litigation and Introduction to Criminal Justice Administration. Judge Rosado is a member of the Latino Judges Association; Bronx Bar Association; Bronx Women’s Bar Association; Dominican Bar Association, New York City Family Court Judges Association; Bronx Catholic Lawyers’ Guild; and The Alliance. She has also been a coach for the Thurgood  Marshall Mock Trial Competition since 2008 and for American Bar Association High School Mock Trial Competition since 2013.

Judge Rosado is admitted in the First Judicial District, the Federal Eastern and Southern Districts, and the United States Supreme Court. Judge Rosado has worked in the Appellate Term,  First Department; Supreme Court, in both Civil and Criminal Division; the Criminal and Civil Courts; Family Court; and Small Claims Court.Judge Rosado obtained her B.A. from State University of New York at Albany and her J.D. from Albany Law School of Union University. Judge Rosado was born in the City of Santiago de Los Caballeros in Dominican Republic. She, along with her parents and three sisters, immigrated to the Lower East Side of Manhattan in 1970’s.Judge Rosado is married and has two sons. Judge Rosado has received numerous awards and citations. In December of 2014, she received the Judge of the Year award from the Bronx Family Court Bar Association for her dedication to the children of the Bronx. On June 30, 2015, Judge Rosado was honored as one of the Bronx Times 2015 Most Influential Women.



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