B.A., Hillsdale College
M.A., Seton Hall University
J.D., Seton Hall University
LL.M., Southern Methodist University
Professor Rogerson directs The Edward P. Swyer Justice Center at Albany Law School.
She is also the faculty Director of the Immigration Law Clinic, in which students represent immigrant victims of crime including child abuse and neglect, persecution, domestic violence and sexual assault.
Under her supervision, her students also represent wrongfully detained immigrants and regularly participate in legislative advocacy and community outreach initiatives. Before joining the faculty, Professor Rogerson worked as a housing and immigrant rights public interest attorney in Newark, New Jersey and in Dallas, Texas.
Her scholarship addresses flaws in the administration of immigration law and policy, including intersections with domestic violence and international law. She has also been published on current issues such as crisis lawyering, education policy and gun safety, having direct lived experience with each of those topics.
She is a New York State Municipal Police Instructor and is a regular panelist on WAMC Public Radio’s “The Roundtable.”