Claudia Carbone, Associate
Claudia Carbone’s practice at Aaronson Rappaport focuses primarily in medical malpractice defense litigation. Claudia also does pro bono work in immigration law helping immigrants achieve their path to citizenship and volunteers with Collegiate Internationals, an NGO advocating for the rights of education at the United Nations. Prior to joining ARFD, she worked at a small firm focusing on general civil litigation and commercial matters in New York.
Claudia obtained her J.D. from the University of Calabria, in the Calabria region of Italy, in 2015, where she was awarded a scholarship to conduct research in the United States. During that time, she studied at Queens College and interned with a plaintiff’s personal injury law firm in New York, where she conducted research on 9/11 class action litigation. She returned to Italy, where she worked for a small firm focusing on civil litigation and employment law matters, before returning to the U.S., where she graduated with honors from St. John’s Law School with an LL.M in Transnational Legal Practice. While at St. John’s, she was on the Dean’s List and was awarded the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Civil Procedure and the Arthur B. Carton Scholarship. She also served as a research assistant and member of the International Law Student Association.
Claudia serves on the Committee of International Law at the NY City Bar Association. She also remains active in the St. John’s Alumni community, and is a member of the NY State Bar Association, the NY City Bar Association, the County Lawyers Bar Association, the Queens County Bar Association, and the Columbian Lawyers Bar Association. As native of the Calabria region of southern Italy, she is fluent in Italian and English, and has a workable understanding of Spanish. Claudia is admitted to practice law in the State of New York and in the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.