Meet Karenina Wolff, Esq.
Karenina graduated from Temple Law in January 2013 and obtained her license to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey that same year. Her first professional endeavors were achieved alongside the boutique immigration firm Corpuz & Archambeault, where she practiced both immigration and family law. In January of 2015, Karenina opened her own practice in the heart of South Philadelphia.
Throughout her life, Ms. Wolff has maintained an indispensable relationship with her family and community in Mexico and has taken part in mutual aid projects both in Mexico and El Salvador. Before attending law school Karenina worked for two years as a family law paralegal at Philadelphia Legal Assistance handling vital issues such as protection from abuse, child custody, and child support cases for domestic violence survivors. Throughout her law school career, Karenina worked at numerous organizations including but not limited to the Nationalities Service Center, HIAS, and the Solicitor’s Office of the City of Philadelphia.
Today Karenina continues to strive for excellence and progress both professionally and in her community. She can often be found volunteering for Philly VIP, while simultaneously holding a seat on the Exectuive committee of the prestigious Ciprianni Inn of Court, and continues to hold her status as a respected member of the Philadlephia Bar Association. Recently, Karenina co-founded the South Philly Latino Business Community, an organization that seeks to connect local business owners with the essential resources necessary for their success. The Law offices of Karenina Wolff look forward to a brighter future where those in the Philadelphia community have access to the immigration, family, and business services they need in order to make Philadelphia a greater home for all.
Meet Karla Rojas, Senior Paralegal
Karla Rojas currently holds the position of Senior Paralegal at the Law Office of Karenina Wolff, Esq. Born in Mexico, Karla grew up in South Philadelphia and has developed an ardent passion for improving the legal circumstances of the immigrant community in Philadelphia. Rojas received her Paralegal certificate from the Community College of Philadelphia, and interned with Karenina in 2017. She has since worked for the campaigns of both state representative Joe Hoenstein and state representative Elizabeth Fiedler, as well as being largely responsible for multiple mutual aid efforts in Philadelphia and surrounding areas. Beginning in 2019, Karla became a full-time employee with Karenina Wolff, Esq. and has since earned her place as an irreplaceable and indispensable member of the Karenina Wolff legal team.