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  • B.S., magna cum laude, University of Alabama (2018)
  • J.D., Elon University School of Law (2021)

Mr. Rotenstreich is a Birmingham native who was admitted to the Alabama State Bar in May of 2022. He earned his B.S. in Commerce and Business Administration from the University of Alabama graduating magna cum laude in 2018. He attended Elon University School of Law in Greensboro, North Carolina, where he graduated in December of 2021. While at Elon, Mr. Rotenstreich served on the Honor Council as a defender. Prior to joining the firm, he served as an extern for the Guilford County Public Defender’s Office where he gained valuable litigation and trial experience. He has also previously served as a law clerk for an insurance defense firm and interned with the Honorable Bentley Patrick and the Honorable Martha Reeves Cook in the 10th Judicial District Court of Alabama. Additionally, in his spare time, Mr. Rotenstreich enjoys live music, golf, tennis, snow skiing, fishing, water activities, and rooting for Alabama sports.

Practice Areas

  • Insurance defense
  • Automobile litigation
  • Complex and commercial litigation
  • General civil litigation
  • Insurance coverage
  • Premises liability

Notable Trials

    • Kimani v. Wise, DV-2022-901036, District Court of Shelby County, Alabama
      Obtained defense verdict in a disputed liability motor vehicle accident.
    • Clapper-Godsey v. Milligan, CV-20-900021, Circuit Court of Fayette County, Alabama
      Obtained defense verdict in a disputed liability motor vehicle accident.


  • Member of Temple Emanu-El
  • Volunteer at Community Kitchens of Birmingham, Alabama
  • Volunteer at Firehouse Ministries Homeless Shelter of Birmingham, Alabama


  • Elon University School of Law: Honor Council Defender
  • University of Alabama: magna cum laude, Honor’s College, Dean’s List

Professional Associations

  • Alabama State Bar Association 
  • Birmingham Bar Association 
  • Alabama Defense Lawyers Association 


  • Admitted to practice in all Alabama State Courts 

Bar Admissions

  • Alabama (2022)
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