Adam Rosengard

Pennsylvania Attorney and Rutgers Law Graduate

About Adam Rosengard

A member of the Pennsylvania State Bar, Adam Rosengard has served the public in a variety of positions. Initially, Adam Rosengard spent multiple seasons as an intern and volunteer at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.

During his time at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, Rosengard undertook multiple duties, including consultations with expert witnesses, interviews with defendants, and preparation of motions and other documents. He eventually was given responsibility for non-jury trials and preliminary felony hearings. His achievements included successful trials of defendants accused of property crimes and drug offenses.

Rosengard attended law school at Rutgers University School of Law, where he served in volunteer programs such as Rutgers Street Law and the Children’s Justice Clinic. At the Clinic, he primarily represented young clients in juvenile delinquency cases and managed hearings, motions, discovery, and other proceedings associated with the cases.

Before going to law school at Rutgers, Rosengard earned a bachelor of science at the University of Delaware, where he belonged to the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity and majored in marketing.

Chris’ Jazz Cafe – Live Jazz Music in Philadelphia

Attorney Adam Rosengard obtained his juris doctor from Rutgers University School of Law in 2013 and subsequently went to work for a law firm in Trenton as an assistant attorney. Now he runs his own private practice in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, under the name Rosengard & Moles, LLP. In his leisure time, Adam Rosengard enjoys listening to live jazz music.

As Philadelphia's only club specializing entirely in live jazz music, Chris’ Jazz Cafe attracts visitors from across the city and beyond. The cafe, established nearly three decades ago, presents six shows every week by regional and national musicians and has hosted distinguished jazz artists such as Jimmy Bruno and Pat Martino. More recent shows have included Randy Johnston, the Duane & Robin Eubanks Quintet, and the All Star Trio.

Chris’ Jazz Cafe also offers a full lunch and dinner menu with American-style meals, seafood, steaks, and salads, as well as daily drink specials. For more information about the cafe, located at 1421 Sansom Street in Philadelphia, visit the website at

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