Denise Grosman graduated with honors from Universidad de Chile Law School and received an LL.M. from New York University School of Law. In Chile, she volunteered for a non-profit organization that focused on prisoners’ rights; she also interned at the National Prosecutor’s Office, where she worked on national policy guidelines for issues related to human trafficking and law enforcement use of force. During law school at NYU, she participated in the Global Justice Clinic, and interned with Brooklyn Defender Services’ New York Immigrant Family Unity Project Unit, representing clients facing deportation.
Prior to joining Appellate Advocates, she worked as an immigration advocate representing noncitizen clients at Make the Road New York.