In her varied career, Sarah Rosenson practiced law for a decade, and spent some years as a stay-at-home mom. For over a decade she taught classes like “Ethics in Sports and Modern Life,” “Ethical Dilemmas in Law, Medicine, and Journalism,” “Harry Potter and Philosophy,” and “The Philosophy of Justice” to high school students at a private school. Since the summer of 2020 she has been teaching both adults and children on various online platforms.
Sarah loves the challenge of figuring out what’s interesting about a topic, or how to look at something in a new and different way. She especially enjoys teaching ethics and exploring the intersection between literature and philosophy.
Sarah has an undergraduate degree in Government from Georgetown University (B.A.), a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania (J.D.), and a Master’s Degree in Jewish Studies from the Spertus Institute.
She lives in New Jersey with her husband, who is the Executive Director of an environmental advocacy group, The Pinelands Preservation Alliance. They have two wonderful children, and they are huge sports fans!
Engaging Ethics Classes
Discussions were not lectures; they were engaging with the rest of the class. Everything was interactive. Lessons focused on current events and hypothetical situations. Thought-provoking and intellectual discussions. Highly recommend the Ethics classes that Ms. Sarah teaches!