B.A., Wellesley College; J.D., University of Pennsylvania
Caroline Rogus joined the Law School in 2011 as a Visiting Associate Professor of Clinical Law and a Friedman Fellow with the Family Justice Litigation Clinic. Prior to teaching at the Law School, Professor Rogus litigated complex commercial matters, as well as domestic violence and family law cases, while an associate at the law firm WilmerHale. More recently, she has served as a domestic violence attorney and a guardian ad litem with the DC Volunteer Lawyers Project. She has also worked on policy issues affecting women and their families with the National Women’s Law Center in DC, and the Women’s Law Project in Philadelphia.
She clerked for the Hon. R. Barclay Surrick of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the Hon. Carol A. Dalton of the District of Columbia’s Superior Court.
During law school, Professor Rogus assisted low-income women with child custody and support matters while volunteering with the Custody and Support Assistance Clinic at Philadelphia Legal Assistance.