Member, House of Delegates and Vice-Chair, Judiciary Committee
Maryland General Assembly
Samuel I. “Sandy” Rosenberg is a graduate of the Baltimore City public schools, Amherst College, and the Columbia University Law School. He has been a member of the House of Delegates since 1983 and currently serves as vice chair of the Judiciary Committee.
His most significant legislative accomplishments are writing the holding of Roe v. Wade into Maryland law; creating two programs that encourage students to enter public service, by repaying a portion of the educational debt of people who have lower-paying public interest jobs and by providing an up-front scholarship to students planning careers in public service; lead paint abatement legislation; Maryland’s welfare reform law; extending Maryland’s civil rights law to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation; and establishing public health priorities for the use of the State’s share of the settlement of the tobacco litigation.
For the last fourteen years, he has taught at the two law schools in Baltimore. He currently teaches Legal Writing and Moot Court at the University of Baltimore and Legislation at the University of Maryland. He has also taught seminars on Law and the Homeless and Legislative Process: Abortion.