Kristin L. Rosi, JD

Title(s):
Adjunct Professor
School(s):
Accounting
415-538-4387
Campus(es):
San Francisco
faculty bio

Kristin Rosi is the Chief Administrative Law Judge with the California Department of  Insurance, where she presides over and conducts evidentiary hearings on a variety of insurance-related claims. She is also a  Mental Health Hearing Officer and Pro Tem Judge with the Alameda County Superior Court, where she  presides over capacity hearings, small claims, traffic and unlawful detainer matters. Kristin is a  Chair of the New Judges Committee and a member of the Committee on Administrative Law for the  National Association of Women Judges. Prior to becoming an ALJ, she was the Senior Regional Attorney at the California Public Employment Relations Board. Kristin participated in the Charles  M. Dana Fellowship in 1991 and earned the title of Public Interest Law Scholar in 1995. Kristin  holds a B.A. in Psychology and Women’s Studies from Smith College, a Masters in Judicial Studies  from the University of Nevada, Reno-National Judicial College and a J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of Law.


COURSES TAUGHT

ACCTG 351B
Business Law

EDUCATION

  • BA (Psychology & Women's Studies), Smith College
  • JD, University of California, Hastings College of the Law

PROFESSIONAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Administrative Law Judge, California Department of Insurance
  • Pro Tem Judge, Alameda County Superior Court
Prior Work Experience:
  • Senior Regional Attorney, California Public Employment Relations Board

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS


HONORS & AWARDS

  • Participant, Charles M. Dana Fellowship, 1991
  • Public Interest Law Scholar, 1995