Corina Bogaciu

Originally from Romania, Corina Bogaciu is supervising attorney at African Services Committee and has been litigating civil cases in both New York and federal courts since 2010.  Corina represents individuals in a broad range of immigration matters. Corina completed her undergraduate studies in Government and French at Georgetown University and obtained her law degree from Fordham University School of Law.  In law school, she was a student in the Immigrants' Rights and Access to Justice Clinic and the Walter Leitner International Human Rights Clinic, and interned with Human Rights First's Refugee Protection Program.  After law school, Corina interned with the Legal Resources Centre in Accra, Ghana, and conducted field research on women's access to land in Ghana. In addition to English, Corina speaks both Romanian and French fluently.

Corina is admitted to practice law in New York.