The leader in workers’ compensation defense law.

Counseling employers and insurance carriers throughout California.

Career Basics

Steven Rosendin first developed his passion for workers' compensation defense during his second year of law school, when he had the opportunity to work as a Court Certified intern for the City Attorney of San Francisco, in the Workers' Compensation Division. Throughout his third year of law school, Steven was able to further develop his litigation skills while he worked as an intern in the Trial Division for the City and County of San Francisco. Shortly after passing the California Bar Examination in 2014, Steven was hired as an Associate Attorney at a major law firm, where he was able to gain a wealth of experience in workers' compensation defense. Since being hired as an Associate Attorney at Mullen & Filippi's San Francisco office in January 2016, Steven's passion for workers' compensation defense has only grown, and he continues to look forward to spending his career in this challenging and diverse practice area.

Education

Steven earned his Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from Portland State University in 2009, where he achieved Dean's List Honors. Steven received his J.D. degree from Golden Gate University School of Law in 2014, where he was a Dean's List Honoree and a graduating member of the Moot Court Board. During his second and third year of law school, Steven interned at the San Francisco City Attorney's Office in the Workers' Compensation and Litigation Divisions.

Professional Membership

Steven is a member of the State Bar of California and is eligible to practice in State and Federal Court. He also passed the Uniform Bar Exam, which is administered in 21 states, including Alaska, Washington and New York.

Personal Note

In my career, I've discovered that dedication to hard work, and enjoying what you do, will lead to a fulfilling practice and a life worth living.

I grew up on a small island in Southeast Alaska, and have always had a strong affinity for the great outdoors. I am more comfortable on the ocean than anywhere else and I enjoy boating, fishing and hiking. Since moving to the Bay Area, I have enjoyed getting out on the Bay, catching sports games and taking advantage of all the great cuisine and culture this area has to offer.