Touro Law Center Alumnus Tom Rosicki
When making the transition from law enforcement to the legal profession, Tom Rosicki turned to Touro Law Center, where he earned his JD in 1997. Now a member of the Touro Law Center Board of Governors, Tom Rosicki has received recognition from his alma mater on several occasions. In 2004, he earned the Leadership Award, and in 2008, he received the Liberty and Justice Award. More recently, he received Touro's Exceptional Service Award and Alumni of the Month Award, and in 2012, he became a member of the school's Builders Society.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Tom Rosicki established a successful law enforcement career. In seven years as a special agent with the FBI, he won multiple awards and was commended for his service during pivotal investigations. Tom Rosicki also spent two years as the deputy commissioner of the New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission after being appointed to the position by Mayor Ed Koch. In this capacity, he directed the commission’s enforcement and inspection divisions, supervising 350 officers responsible for enforcing laws relating to public safety and taxi regulations. He then accepted a position as vice president and the director of security at Macy’s East, where he oversaw more than 1,250 people and set policy in areas including internal integrity, prosecutions, shortage reduction, and investigations.
Tom Rosicki left Macy’s in 1995 to establish Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, P.C., with his wife. As managing partner at the mortgage banking law firm, he directs close to 450 people while representing major clients in the New York finance industry. He and the firm have also been active in advocating for people with disabilities, who account for nearly 25 percent of the firm’s workforce.