Kathryn Burfitt Rockwood


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Kathryn Burfitt  Rockwood
Kathryn Burfitt  Rockwood

Kathryn Rockwood is a member of Bressler Amery & Ross’s Securities Litigation group, representing broker-dealers and other financial services professionals. In addition to her regular practice, Kathryn volunteers with the Morris County Battered Women’s Legal Advocacy Project, representing victims in domestic violence matters.

Currently, Kathryn serves as an Associate Editor for the Local Government Law Review. Prior to joining the firm, Kathryn practiced primarily in the area of local government, representing municipalities and public entities including property tax appeal defense, and individuals in land use and zoning applications before local land use boards. Kathryn recently earned her Diplomate in New Jersey Local Government Law from the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys.

Kathryn graduated from Seton Hall University School of Law in 2011 where she was a member of the Family Law Clinic for the law school’s Center for Social Justice, including representation of indigents in the Federal District Court in Hague Convention child abduction cases. Kathryn received her Bachelor of Arts in History from Colgate University in 2001.

Prior to law school, Kathryn was a member of the U.S. High Yield and High Grade Strategy Research teams at J.P. Morgan, and before that was employed at an Off-Broadway general management company and at Actors’ Equity Association, the theatrical actors and stage managers union.

Kathryn served as judicial law clerk to the Honorable Thomas L. Weisenbeck, A.J.S.C., in the Morris/Sussex vicinage of the New Jersey Superior Court. She is admitted to the bars of the State of New Jersey, the State of New York and the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.

  • Diplomate in Local Government Law

  • Associate Editor, Local Government Law Review