Sofia Alexandra

Practice Areas

  • Labor and Employment Litigation
  • Civil Litigation

COURT ADMISSIONS

  • Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico
  • Notary Public

EDUCATION

  • Bachelor's in Psychology (2008), Magna Cum Laude, from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus
  • Juris Doctor (2012), from the University of Puerto Rico, School of Law

Mrs. Sofía Alexandra Rosado-Wojna, Esq. is an Associate at Casillas, Santiago & Torres, LLC, where she serves as an attorney specializing in labor and employment counseling and litigation, in addition to civil and commercial litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Mrs. Rosado-Wojna spent approximately four years in Puerto Rico’s Department of Justice, where she catapulted to Special Assistant to the Attorney General. As Special Assistant, Mrs. Rosado-Wojna managed matters related to the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), oversaw debt litigation cases in relation to Puerto Rico’s Moratorium Act and the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act (PROMESA), and supervised continued compliance with the Police Reform Agreement, among other high profile cases.

Before serving as Special Assistant to the Attorney General, Mrs. Rosado-Wojna served as Director of the Contract, Tax and Eminent Domain Civil Division where she was responsible of legal and administrative aspects, directly supervising eleven attorneys and five administrative personnel. As Director, she was also lead attorney in fifteen cases and was in charge of providing individualized instructions in legal strategy and dispositive motions to attorneys. As both Special Assistant to the Attorney General and Director, Mrs. Rosado-Wojna served as a member of the Settlement Committee of the Civil Divisions.

Even before serving as Director, Mrs. Rosado-Wojna began her career at the Department of Justice as an attorney of the Labor and Employment Division, managing a caseload of approximately one hundred cases between state and administrative court. As a labor and employment attorney, Mrs. Rosado-Wojna litigated and achieved favorable decisions in trial court, administrative appeals and arbitration hearings in representation of various government agencies. Furthermore, throughout her years at the Department of Justice, the Deputy Attorney General selected Mrs. Rosado-Wojna to participate in various courses imparted by the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute (NAGTRI) on issues of trial techniques, leadership and management.