Rosendo Garza assists companies defending claims alleging unfair trade practices, breach of contract, fraud and misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty, negligence and violation of the Connecticut Product Liability Act. He also does extensive pro bono work representing veterans, as well as children in matters involving the Department of Children and Families.
While in law school, Rosendo received hands-on training in the Asylum & Human Rights Clinic, where he represented a transgender woman in obtaining asylum and earned a graduate certificate in Human Rights.
Rosendo was a summer apprentice with Day Pitney in 2013. Following graduation from law school, he served as a law clerk for the Honorable Alexandra D. DiPentima, Chief Judge of the Connecticut Appellate Court. In addition, Rosendo is an infantry officer in the United States Marine Corps Reserve, and was recently selected to the rank of lieutenant colonel. He is fluent in Spanish.
with HonorsConnecticut Law Review, Articles Editor; Moot Court Board
J. Rene Frechette Scholarship, 2012
Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association Scholarship, 2012
Hartford County Bar Association Scholarship, 2015
CALI Excellence Awards: Moot Court, Comparative Law: Latin American Law, Capital Punishment, and Evolution of Crime Victim’s Rights
St. Thomas the Apostle School, West Hartford, Connecticut, Board of Directors, Chairperson