I am a transactional real estate and employment attorney living in Manhattan who tries to volunteer and be active in my communities as much as time permits.  I love people and I enjoy pursuing intellectual activities, creative writing, reading, hiking and most of all traveling—two dozen countries and counting!  You can learn more abut my various activities on this site.

“In the golden dawn of tomorrow, duty awaits us, and ours will be the honor if we walk in her ways. Vast are the spheres for our labor, vaster are our responsibilities. Let us act worthily of our day, not lying down in ignoble, but acting a brave part in lifting heavenward our fellow man.”

Mabel Dove

“People like the opinions to which they have become accustomed from their youth; they defend them and shun contrary views: and this is one of things that prevents people from finding the truth, for they cling to the opinions of habit.”

Maimonides, The Guide For the Perplexed

Fulbright Fellowship

I am currently spending eight months as a visiting scholar at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law where I am engaging in a comparative law analysis regarding the role of Jewish, Islamic and secular law through the context of a real estate transaction.
Media Coverage:

  1. J.R. Rothstein (’01) Awarded Fulbright Scholarship
  2. J.R. Rothstein Receives Fulbright Scholarship

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us.”

Nelson Mandela