A driven professional, Michelle Rosario helps guide clients through complex processes and business ventures related to exports, customs proceedings, and matters related to international trade. Michelle offers practical guidance to business owners regarding compliance with U.S. export control laws and balancing the risks characteristic of conducting business abroad.
Prior to joining the firm full-time, Michelle was a summer associate and law clerk at Barnes & Thornburg, where she conducted legal research, drafted memorandum and performed screenings to assist in the execution of trade related transactions.
While in law school, Michelle gained additional experience as a legal intern at the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration and as a judicial intern with the Honorable Rudolph Contreras of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
Prior to law school, Michelle was a program director at the Florida International University Steven J. Green School of Internal and Public Affairs. During her time as director, Michelle led the university’s Model United Nations Program and was a lecturer on international law, international relations and leadership for an upper-level undergraduate course.Michelle is not regularly admitted to practice law in the local courts of the District of Columbia and is working under the supervision of a member of the D.C. Bar pending her admission.