Adjunct Professor David Rosengard

David Rosengard

Adjunct Law Faculty


As a Managing Attorney in the Animal Legal Defense Fund’s Criminal Justice Project, David B. Rosengard works to ensure that justice is done on behalf of animal cruelty victims through trial support, amicus briefs, legislative efforts, and educational programs. David earned a bachelor’s degree in history and gender studies at Claremont McKenna College, and subsequently worked in higher education. In law school, David focused on animal and criminal law, co-directing Lewis & Clark’s Student Animal Legal Defense Fund chapter, serving as an Animal Law Review Editor-in-Chief, clerking for the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office, and working on farmed animal and vegan prisoner issues through the Animal Law Clinic.

Previous Courses:

Advanced Animal Law - Fall 2017; 2018 Spring 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023

Animal Law Fundamentals—Fall 2015; Fall 2016

Crimes Against Animals - Fall 2022

Legal Research: Animal Law - Fall 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022

Specialty Areas and Course Descriptions

Crimes Against Animals - Spring 2024

Legal Research: Animal Law - Fall 2023

Academic Credentials

  • LLM (Animal Law), Lewis & Clark Law School
  • JD, Lewis & Clark Law School
  • BA, Claremont McKenna College