Steven V. Rose, Attorney
Steven V. Rose is a Partner with Mansfield, Tanick & Cohen, P.A., focusing on civil, commercial and real estate litigation. He is admitted to practice before the courts in the State of Minnesota and in the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota. Mr. Rose has tried cases in the areas of family law, real estate law, including mechanic's liens, personal injury, and landlord/tenant law. He has also litigated a number of cases including construction defects, breach of warranty claims, and construction financing. Mr. Rose’s practice also includes debtor and lender representation.
Prior to joining Mansfield, Tanick & Cohen, P.A., Mr. Rose was most recently engaged in the private practice of law in Minneapolis and following law school held judicial clerkships in the First and Sixth Judicial Districts of Minnesota.
While earning his J.D. from Hamline University School of Law, Mr. Rose worked as a student attorney for the Hamline University School of Law General Practice Clinic. There, Mr. Rose addressed family law matters and represented the interests of children involved in adoption, truancy, and those in need of protection.
Mr. Rose received his B.A. from the University of Minnesota, Duluth. While earning his B.A., he worked in the Office of the St. Louis County Attorney, assisting in the prosecution of general crimes, including second degree murder, felony drug offenses and sexual assault. In addition to assisting in the prosecution of crimes, Mr. Rose also protected victims' rights by providing them information regarding the status of their offender's case, explaining the criminal process, and ensuring that victims were afforded an opportunity to exercise their rights as well.
|Education:||Universtiy of Minnesota|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court District of Minnesota 2001|
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