Rosalie Messina J.D.
New York, NY
Ms. Rosalie Messina is a Law Clerk at Shipkevich PLLC, focusing on transactional services in global financial services, debt relief and settlement, FinTech, and emerging digital currency sectors. Prior to joining Shipkevich PLLC, Rosalie earned her Juris Doctor from the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. As a law student, Rosalie served as Executive Research Editor for the Family Court Review, an interdisciplinary, international family law journal. Rosalie also participated in the law school’s Political Asylum clinic, where she assisted pro-bono clients from various countries navigate the immigration system and obtain asylum status in the United States, as well as served as a student research assistant for a faculty member.
Rosalie also holds a Master of Science in International Communication from St. John’s University. Her research falls into two categories: applied epistemology (rhetoric, perception, cultural phenomenology and its impact on political-economic systems), and the use of information communication technologies (programmable blockchain, decentralized finance institutions and their ability to proliferate and sustain micro-economies) to foster global development. Rosalie has co-authored two articles that have been published in international academic journals: (“Emergence of Manichean Political Rhetoric – Theoretical Modeling of Predictive Frameworks,” International Journal of Pedagogy, Innovation and New Technologies, 2020) and (“The Power Perspective on True/False Rhetoric: Truth and Communication in the Age of Misinformation from Kierkegaard to Social Media,” Società Scientifica Italiana Sociologia, Cultura, Comunicazione, 2019). Rosalie is also fluent in Italian and French.