Isaac Rosen

Associate

Tel: (213) 787-2564

Location(s)

At a Glance

Isaac advises public entities on transparency and open government requirements, including Public Records Act compliance.
 
For cities, he handles issues related to administrative citation programs, marijuana regulation and planning entitlements.
 
He previously worked for the San Luis Obispo City Attorney’s office.

Isaac Rosen advises public sector clients, including cities and special districts, on an array of transactional and advisory matters, including Public Records Act compliance. He is an associate in the Municipal Law practice group of Best Best & Krieger LLP’s Los Angeles office and a member of the firm’s ARC: Advanced Records Center, which provides comprehensive and cost-effective support for records-related matters, including CPRA request processing.
 
Isaac advises cities and other public entities on transparency and open government requirements, including the PRA, the Brown Act, and compliance with conflicts of interest and First Amendment law. He also assists clients in drafting and enforcing local laws relating to public health and safety, including administrative citation programs, marijuana regulation and planning entitlements and accessory dwelling units. In addition, he has cultivated and shared knowledge regarding emerging technologies, like transportation network companies, and how they interact with cities. Isaac’s clients find him to be gregarious and approachable, and they appreciate his professional, yet informal communication approach that fosters strong relationships. On his end, Isaac enjoys working collaboratively with city and agency staff on tangible projects that effect change at the local level and impact the community in a beneficial way. Isaac is a member of the League of California Cities’ Municipal Law Institute Committee.
 
Prior to joining BB&K, Isaac was an associate at Richards, Watson & Gershon and served as the deputy city attorney for the City of Artesia. He worked closely with the City Planning Commission’s director and staff, handling everything from litigation to public records requests to communications strategies. Isaac also worked closely with local police agencies. Previously Isaac worked in the San Luis Obispo City Attorney’s office.
 
While at the University of California, Hastings College of Law, he served as a senior staff editor for the Constitutional Law Quarterly. Isaac enjoys outdoor concerts, nonfiction and visiting his family and friends where he grew up in Maine. He is admitted to practice in the State of California.
 
Education

  • University of California, Hastings College of Law, J.D.
  • The George Washington University, B.A. psychology, summa cum laude