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Kristin E. Rosan - Columbus, OH

39 East Whittier Street Columbus, OH 43206

Updated: 03/21/2013

Columbus Administrative Law Lawyer


Ms. Rosan's practice concentrates in all aspects of administrative law, real estate and business litigation, Ohio real estate brokerage compliance, general real estate law, zoning/land use, foreclosure defense, short sale and loan modifications, and condominium law. Ms. Rosan formerly served as the Chief Legal Counsel with the Ohio Division of Real Estate and is an approved real estate continuing education instructor...

About Kristin E. Rosan

Practice Areas

  • Administrative Law
  • Real Estate and Business Litigation
  • Ohio Real Estate Brokerage Compliance
  • General Real Estate Law
  • Zoning/Land Use
  • Condominium Law
  • Foreclosure Defense
  • Short Sales


Bar Admissions

  • Ohio, 1999
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Ohio
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Ohio

Other Affiliations

  • Ohio State Bar Association, Real Property Law Section (Member)
  • Columbus Bar Association (Member, Real Property Committee)
  • Columbus Board of Realtors (Affiliate Member)
  • Golden Endings Golden Retriever Rescue (Member and Donor)

Classes and Seminars

  • Residential Rentals, Columbus Board of Realtors, 2012
  • Defenses and Changes to Ohio Foreclosure Law, Real Property Institute, Columbus Bar Association, 2009
  • Real Estate Continuing Education Instructor, Ethics and Civil Rights Update, 2008
  • Real Estate Continuing Education Instructor, Core Law Update, 2009
  • Panelist, Current Trends in Home Sales, Real Property Institute, Columbus Bar Association, 2006
  • Real Estate Continuing Education Instructor, Real Estate Legal Update; Federal Standards, 2005
  • Real Estate Continuing Education Instructor, Real Estate Ethics, 2005
  • Panelist, Professional Standards Forum, Ohio Association of Realtors Convention, 2005
  • Continuing Ed. Instructor, Legislative Update for Real Estate Auctioneers, 2005
  • Ohio Bar Association Convention Real Property Section, New Agency Disclosure Rule, 2005
  • Agency Disclosure Law, Columbus Bar Association Real Property Committee Meeting, 2005
  • Continuing Ed. Instructor, Swedlow, Butler et. al, Update, Ohio's Revised Agency Law, 2004
  • Continuing Ed. Instructor, Division of Real Estate, S.B. 106 Ohio's New Agency Law, 2004
  • Instructor, Toledo Board of Realtors,Property Flipping , 2004
  • Panelist, Columbus Board of Realtors, Earnest Money and the Purchase Agreement, 2004
  • Panelist, Ohio Association of Realtors Legal Issues Forum, Predatory Lending, 2004
  • Panelist, Real Estate Ethics, NAIOP, 2003
  • Testimony, National Appraisal Standards Board, Scope of Work Concept Paper, 2003
  • Panelist, National Land Council, Ohio Foreign Real Estate Regulation, 2000 - 2001
  • Testimony,H.B. 272, Senate Committee on Insurance, Commerce & Labor, 2001
  • Continuing Education Instructor, Columbus Board of Realtors, Ohio Agency Law , 2001
  • Testimony, H.B. 524, Senate Committee on Insurance, Commerce & Labor, 2000
  • Instructor, Ohio Auction Association, Ohio Auction Law Update, 2000

Pro Bono Activities

  • City of Gahanna Planning Commission, 2006 - Present
  • Debate Coach, Gahanna Lincoln High School Speech & Debate Team, 1999 - 2009
  • Columbus Bar Association Real Property Planning Institute, 2006 - Present

Past Positions

  • Swedlow, Butler, Lewis, Madison & Dye, Co., L.P.A., Associate, 2004 - 2005
  • Department of Commerce, Division of Real Estate Columbus, Ohio, 1999 - 2004
  • Office of the Governor Columbus, Ohio, 1995 - 1999
  • Commissions and Judgeships, Special Assistant for Boards, 1995 - 1997


  • Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio, December, 1998
  • Ohio University
    Major: Political Science


Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


39 East Whittier Street Columbus, OH 43206


  • 614-228-5601



  • Columbus Board of Realtors, Instructor of the Year, 2012 - Present

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