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Jenny Rossman

Attorney

Jenny Rossman - Sex Abuse Law Firm

Bar Admissions

  • New York
  • Florida
  • Massachusetts

Jenny is a dedicated advocate for victims of sexual abuse. She joined Herman Law in 2022 after a distinguished career as a sex crimes prosecutor in Florida.

Jenny is the former Bureau Chief of the Sex Crimes & Child Abuse Unit of the State Attorney’s Office for Florida’s 9th Judicial Circuit (Orlando). She also served as an Assistant State Attorney in the Sexual Battery Unit of the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office. As a prosecutor, Jenny tried 40 felony cases and obtained life sentences against multiple perpetrators of child sexual abuse, of note: State v. Jose Ledesma, State v. Darrius White, and State v. Samuel Pierre. She was also the first prosecutor in the United States to introduce electronic evidence in a human trafficking trial through the use of a novel software after the US DOJ’s seizure of the website Backpage.com. In her tenure as a sex crimes prosecutor, she received a guilty verdict in every one of her trials, and all of those convictions were upheld on appeal.

Jenny has also presented at multiple conferences and trainings on investigating and prosecuting sexual abuse. In 2021, she was the keynote speaker at the Orange County Children’s Advocacy Center Conference and a Jewish Federation of Orlando Honoree.

Jenny received her B.A. in Latin American Studies from Amherst College in 2004, where she also captained the women’s soccer team. Jenny earned her J.D. from Boston University School of Law in 2010, where she was an Edward F. Hennessy Scholar and received a concentration in Litigation and Dispute Resolution with honors. She was also an Article Editor of the Public Interest Law Journal.

Jenny is admitted to practice in New York, Florida, and Massachusetts.

Jenny is a dedicated advocate for victims of sexual abuse. She joined Herman Law in 2022 after a distinguished career as a sex crimes prosecutor in Florida.

Jenny is the former Bureau Chief of the Sex Crimes & Child Abuse Unit of the State Attorney’s Office for Florida’s 9th Judicial Circuit (Orlando). She also served as an Assistant State Attorney in the Sexual Battery Unit of the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office. As a prosecutor, Jenny tried 40 felony cases and obtained life sentences against multiple perpetrators of child sexual abuse, of note: State v. Jose Ledesma, State v. Darrius White, and State v. Samuel Pierre. She was also the first prosecutor in the United States to introduce electronic evidence in a human trafficking trial through the use of a novel software after the US DOJ’s seizure of the website Backpage.com. In her tenure as a sex crimes prosecutor, she received a guilty verdict in every one of her trials, and all of those convictions were upheld on appeal.

Jenny has also presented at multiple conferences and trainings on investigating and prosecuting sexual abuse. In 2021, she was the keynote speaker at the Orange County Children’s Advocacy Center Conference and a Jewish Federation of Orlando Honoree.

Jenny received her B.A. in Latin American Studies from Amherst College in 2004, where she also captained the women’s soccer team. Jenny earned her J.D. from Boston University School of Law in 2010, where she was an Edward F. Hennessy Scholar and received a concentration in Litigation and Dispute Resolution with honors. She was also an Article Editor of the Public Interest Law Journal.

Jenny is admitted to practice in New York, Florida, and Massachusetts.