Roza Crawford is a litigator with experience in courtrooms up and down California, in several United States District Courts, in U.S. Immigration Court, and before the Labor Commission and several other administrative boards. Mrs. Crawford is admitted to practice before all courts of the State of California.
Mrs. Crawford is Of Counsel to the firm and now focuses her practice on business disputes (contract claims, partnership dissolutions, corporate disputes, alter ego claims, etc.). Through her career, Mrs. Crawford has also helped clients with family law cases and palimony cases.
Mrs. Crawford believes in providing meaningful pro bono service to the community. She has volunteered with Bet Tzedek Legal Services helping disadvantaged clients with their legal issues and acted as in-house counsel to a residential care facility for the elderly (RCFE) on a pro bono basis, working to obtain needed public assistance for the residents.
Mrs. Crawford received her B.A. from UCLA, summa cum laude, in 1996 with a major in American History. She received her J.D. from Boalt Hall School of Law, at U.C. Berkeley, in 1999, where she was recognized with several American Jurisprudence awards.
Roza is originally from Kiev, Ukraine and is fluent in Russian. In addition to winning in courtrooms, she enjoys tennis and skiing.