Back to Professionals Jacqueline Rosen Attorney / Associate Salt Lake City Licensure: UT Biography pdf version Jackie Rosen handles a wide variety of general civil litigation matters, including business litigation, trials and appeals, labor and employment, and property law. She has particular interest and experience in election law. Jackie received her law degree from the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law in May 2022. Jackie is admitted to practice in Utah. Practice Areas Employment Litigation Local Districts, Special Districts & Special Service Districts Energy & Environmental Litigation Regulatory Compliance Administrative Proceedings & Litigation Municipal, Interlocal & State Entities Real Estate Litigation Bankruptcy & Creditor’s Rights Employment & Labor Energy, Natural Resources & Environmental Government & Agencies Real Estate Professional History Jackie joined Fabian VanCott in 2021 as a Summer Associate. Before joining Fabian VanCott, Jackie assisted in representation of the Utah Independent Redistricting Commission and worked as a summer associate with the Salt Lake City Attorney’s Office. During law school, Jackie served on the Utah Law Review, completed a research fellowship with Associate Dean Shima Baradaran Baughman, received awards for legal research, and was a legal writing TA. Education J.D., S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah, 2022 B.A., University of Utah, 2016 Community Service Member, Sugar House Park Authority Board of Trustees, 2022–present Publications & Presentations Jacqueline Rosen, Religious Gerrymandering: A New Avenue for Redistricting Challenges?, 22 Election L. J.: Rules, Pol. And Pol’y 45 (Mar. 2023), http://doi.org/10.1089/elj.2022.0021. Jackie Rosen, Landlord Right to Entry after the End of COVID-19 Tenant Protections, Bencher (Nov.–Dec. 2021), https://www.innsofcourt.org/AIC/AIC_For_Members/AIC_Bencher/AIC_Bencher_Recent_Articles/2021_NovDec_Rosen.aspx. Sarah Martinez, Jackie Rosen & Ryan Williams, Looking In & Leading Out: Key Findings on Diversity from the UCLI 2020 Certification Program Survey, Utah Center for Legal Inclusion & Justice Lab (2021), https://www.utahcli.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/UCLI-Justice-Lab-Report.pdf. Sarah Martinez, Jackie Rosen & Ryan Williams, Commentary: Utah Law Students Call for More Diversity in the Legal Profession, Opinion, Salt Lake Trib. (May 20, 2021, 11:00 a.m.), https://www.sltrib.com/opinion/commentary/2021/05/20/commentary-utah-law/.