Angela M. Harrod
Angela Harrod is an associate with Rothman Gordon. She started with the firm as a law clerk in June 2020. During her tenure, she has assisted attorneys with business and corporate, class action, commercial litigation and employment matters. She has also authored or co-authored numerous articles for the firm.
Angela graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in May 2022, where she served as a writer for the international news organization JURIST. She was also a member of the Pitt Law Women’s Association, OUTLaw, and If/When/How.
Angela received her B.A. in English with minors in journalism, political science, and history from Allegheny College. She has work experience in a number of writing roles, including her work for two years as a legal and technical writing specialist at an immigration firm. In addition, she served as an editor of Law Review, one of Pitt’s legal journals, and published the article “Breach of Trust: Proposing a Business Accreditation for ‘Probono Publico’ Media.” She currently resides in Munhall.
Questions with Angie Harrod
What made you decide to practice law?
I decided to practice law because I wanted to increase the access people had to the legal system. When people are legally wronged, they deserve to have someone in their corner who takes them and their situation seriously.
What types of matters you are most passionate about?
For most people, the legal system is confusing and overwhelming on the best of days, and unnavigable on the worst. My passion lies in helping individuals and businesses navigate this system so they can reach the best outcome possible.