Carly Roseboom




Carly Roseboom is an associate attorney at Ciobanu Law PC. Carly has extensive experience in legal research and in drafting briefs and pleadings in family law, civil rights, probate litigation, education and tort law, as well as other civil cases and appeals. Before joining Ciobanu Law PC, Carly volunteered for the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic's Expungement Desk and worked as a legal intern for the Indiana Department of Correction, the Hamilton County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, and as a certified legal intern at Ciobanu Law PC.

Carly obtained her law degree from IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law. Prior to law school, Carly attended IU Bloomington and graduated in 2011 with a bachelor's degree in Political Science and two minors in
African American Diaspora Studies and Ethnomusicology and Folklore.
While attending IU Bloomington, Carly conducted research for the
second edition of Professor Mellonee Burnim's textbook, African
American Music: An Introduction; additionally, Carly volunteered at
the nonprofit law firm, Indiana Legal Services, Inc., for two years.

In her spare time, Carly enjoys spending time with her two dogs,
listening to true crime podcasts, and cheering on the Steelers. Carly
is also a Big Sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana.