Chelsea Bogdan

Chelsea Bogdan

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Chelsea Bogdan is an associate at Wooten Kimbrough, P.A. and has been practicing law since 2016.

Chelsea was born and raised in the Orlando area grew up in a family who was active in the Orlando community. She attended Barry University School of Law and fast-tracked her curriculum to complete the required course load in two and a half years. During her time at Barry, Chelsea served as an associate editor and was later voted onto the Editorial Board of Barry Law Review. Chelsea graduated with honor in May 2016, and continued as a law clerk with our firm while preparing for the Florida Bar Exam.

Prior to law school, Chelsea received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Criminology from The Florida State University in 2012. After graduation, Chelsea worked as a legal assistant for the Office of the Public Defender, Ninth Judicial Circuit. While at the Public Defender’s Office, she spent a majority of her time working in the Orange County Juvenile branch. In this position, Chelsea was able to work one on one with the attorneys, their clients, and the client’s families. This experience kindled a passion and determination in Chelsea to help people who did not have the means to help themselves and show them a genuine care and compassion that a majority of the legal system has not shown them.

To share your story with Ms. Bogdan, feel free to send her a personal email or call (800)-235-7060 to schedule a free consultation.

MRS. BOGDAN IS PART OF THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS:

  • JUNE 2011
    Recognized as Florida’s Top Attorneys, The Wall Street Journal
  • 2009 – 2014
    Orlando’s Best Lawyers, Orlando Magazine
  • 2006 – 2014
    Florida Super Lawyers, Super Lawyer Magazine
  • 2004-2006, 2007
    Florida’s Legal Elite, Florida Trend Magazine
  • June 2011
    AV Preeminent Rating, Martindale-Hubbell

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