Ana Romero-Bosch joined Torgan Cooper + Aaron as an associate in 2010. Ms. Romero-Bosch was admitted to the bar in the State of New Jersey in 2009, and to the bar in the State of New York in 2010. Ms. Romero-Bosch concentrates her practice in the areas of personal injury and wrongful death, with a large focus on medical malpractice.
Her work includes all aspects of case investigation, drafting and overseeing pleadings and discovery, researching, writing and defending motions, preparing and defending plaintiffs’ examinations before trial, consulting with and procuring experts, trial preparation, and representing clients in court appearances throughout the five boroughs of New York City.
Prior to joining Torgan Cooper + Aaron, Ms. Romero-Bosch served as Law Clerk for the World Intellectual Property Organization, an agency of the United Nations, in New York City, and also worked with a number of non-profits in Newark, New Jersey on community development projects focusing on health education for low-income Hispanic families.
Ms. Romero-Bosch completed her law degree at DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, Illinois in 2006. While a law student, she received a scholarship from the DePaul International Human Rights Law Institute to complete health outreach and education programs for indigenous women and children in the highlands of Guatemala. At DePaul she also worked as Research Assistant to the Director of DePaul’s Health Law Institute, focusing on health law publications
concerning topics including artificial reproduction technologies, pregnancy and drug abuse, and black-market organ trade. Ana has authored and published articles on a number of legal topics including genetics and eugenics, obesity law, and breastfeeding laws, and was cited as contributor in the text McGrady on Domain Names, a three-volume treatise on domain name law, published by Lexis Nexis in 2007. Ms. Romero-Bosch completed her bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey in 1999.