Mark S. Rosenberg & Associates is deeply committed to devoting time and resources to pro bono legal work and other volunteer projects. Our pro bono work reflects the firm’s core values, and our goal is to make an impact on a local, national and international level. Some recent examples include:
Advisor to the founder, Robert North, in the establishment of the program
The firm advised and assisted Robert North, the donor who provided the funding for the establishment of the program, with regard to a variety of legal matters. The program, which honors Vance North, the late partner of Mark Rosenberg and son of Robert North, revamped and greatly expanded a pre-existing food voucher and food pantry services program to provide necessities to people living with HIV/AIDS. The program has gone on to become the nation’s largest network of food pantries for people with HIV/AIDS, and it currently operates out of eight locations throughout Los Angeles County.
Founding Board Member and Former Vice President and President
In 2002, Mark Rosenberg acted as a founding board member of the West Hollywood Recovery Center. The Center is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide a meeting place for 12-step groups and assistance with addiction recovery, prevention, and education to those in need. Mark went on to serve as the Center’s Vice President, and later as its President.
Mark has provided volunteer legal services to Intervention 911. A drug and alcohol intervention organization founded by Ken Seeley (of the Emmy-Award winning television series Intervention on A&E), Intervention 911 has received widespread media coverage, including being featured on CNN, MSNBC, CBS, and Fox News.
Mark has provided legal services to clients of APLA Health.
The firm is proud to be a sponsor of The TailWaggers Foundation Waggy Awards. The TailWaggers Foundation provides funding to qualified 501c non profit organizations that provide life-saving treatments to sick and injured animals.
Founding Board Member and Vice President
Mark was a founding board member and served as Vice President of Alums for Campus Fairness (ACF). ACF is a nationwide alumni organization that is dedicated to fighting anti-Semitism on college campuses across the United States. ACF also seeks to assure that varied perspectives and views are represented on U.S. college campuses concerning ongoing issues in the Middle East.