Kara Rozin assists Michigan public school districts in labor and employment law matters, student issues, and labor negotiations as well as counsels school districts and delivers training on investigations involving bullying, discrimination and harassment, retaliation, and state and federal civil rights.
Kara dedicates her legal practice to enriching the quality of education for students, and the work environment for educators, by assisting school Administrators and Boards of Education navigate state and federal law. Kara also serves to protect the interests of school districts during quasi-judicial proceedings such as investigations by the Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Michigan Department of Civil Rights.
In addition to providing compliance training to clients, Kara delivers educational seminars to employers and employees across the state of Michigan. Speaking engagements include topics on Title IX: The Final Rule; Americans with Disabilities Act; Family Medical Leave Act; Investigations; Bargaining; and What to do When the Office of Civil Rights, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and Michigan Department of Civil Rights Come Knocking.
Kara regularly serves as a volunteer and Board Member for the Humane Society of West Michigan.
Federal Bar Association
State Bar of Michigan
Grand Rapids Bar Association
Women Lawyers Association of Michigan
Michigan Council of School Attorneys, Board Member
Humane Society of West Michigan, Board Member