Louise M. Roselle has practiced law for more than 40 years. A 1971 cum laude graduate of the Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University, Ms. Roselle also has a MBA from the University of Cincinnati College of Business. Since 1981, Ms. Roselle has been in private practice and has tried many cases including both complex litigation and personal injury jury trials. Ms. Roselle was co-lead counsel in the Cook v Rockwell litigation in the United States District Court in Denver which resulted in a $928 million judgment that was later reversed by the Tenth Circuit. Ms. Roselle is a recipient of the 2009 Public Justice Trial Lawyer of the Year award in honor of her contribution to the public interest through the Cook v Rockwell case. Since 2003, Ms. Roselle has been lead counsel in the In re: Hanford Nuclear Reservation Litigation in the United States District Court Eastern District of Washington.
Ms. Roselle also tries personal injury cases including worker intentional tort, automobile collisions, products liability and other negligence issues. Ms. Roselle has also tried commercial litigation including antitrust, securities, and other liability issues.