Andrea Rosso

Paralegal

Andrea was born and raised in the Ozark Mountains and earned her B.A. in Humanities from Shimer College in Chicago. Andrea assists in all phases of litigation, from inception through discovery and trial, including post-trial and appellate litigation. Prior to joining MSLF, Andrea worked as a paralegal in various areas of law – including commercial litigation, criminal defense, and product liability and defect. Andrea joined MSLF as a paralegal in April of 2019.

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Pena v. Horan

California’s De Facto Handgun Ban is Unconstitutional

California has imposed many unconstitutional requirements upon handguns to limit purchases. By requiring non-standard or non-existent features, the state has effectively created a ban on handguns. As a result, California residents are being unfairly denied their Second Amendment protected rights. 

Rayco, LLC v. Bernhardt

Fighting to Save the Family Legacy

Emerson and Fay Ray were a young couple, recently married, when they first came to California. It was the height of the Great Depression and Emerson had heard he might be able to get a job in California pouring concrete. Now the government is threatening to destroy the legacy they built for their family.

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Yes, Presidents Can Reduce National Monuments’ Size

Yesterday, MSLF filed a brief on behalf of two Utah counties near Grand Staircase-Escalante. In it, MSLF joined with several local individuals and sporting organizations represented by Pacific Legal Foundation, rural farmers, and the State of Utah again supporting the federal government’s position in Wilderness Society v. Trump that it lawfully reduced the size of two Utah national monuments.

Ranchers Fight to Survive

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Women of the West: Pioneering Westerners Led the Way on Women’s Vote

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