Mark A. Rothenberg is an adjunct professor who began teaching at Fowler School of Law in 2010. Professor Rothenberg has taught several courses including Land Use Disputes, Real Estate Transactional Skills, and Municipal Ordinance Drafting.
He received a Bachelor of Science degree from the Florida State University in 1996. In 2000, Mr. Rothenberg received his Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law where he served on the editorial staff of the Law Review. While at UM, Mr. Rothenberg completed a certified legal internship with the City of Miami Beach municipal law clinic. Following graduation, Mr. Rothenberg worked for several boutique land use law firms in South Florida where he represented real estate developers and cities in all manner of the acquisition, entitlement, and disposition of real property.
Mr. Rothenberg subsequently joined the Irvine office of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius where he continued his representation of real estate developers in Orange and Los Angeles Counties. In 2008, Mr. Rothenberg joined the law department of Southern California Edison, one of the nation's largest investor owned utilities. Mr. Rothenberg presently serves as real estate, development and local government affairs counsel for SCE.