Brian Rosinski graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 2001 and from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 2004.
Presently, Mr. Rosinski practices law with the firm McCarthy McDonald Schulberg and Joy. His practice area is in the field of family law. In addition, Mr. Rosinski contributes his time to the Neighborhood Legal Services Pro Bono Protection from Abuse Program, representing indigent persons seeking protection from abuse orders, and the pro se motions program assisting clients with motions practice in family court.
Mr. Rosinski is a graduate of Leadership Pittsburghs Leadership Development Initiative XV, a non-profit organization that promotes economic and regional development. Mr. Rosinski also volunteers his time to the United Way through evaluation of grant proposals; and he is a member of the United Ways Young Leaders Group.
Mr. Rosinski, his wife Katie, their children and two dogs reside in Franklin Park.