Abigaelle A. Ngamboma
Abigaelle Ngamboma was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo and lived in Illinois before moving to Massachusetts to attend law school. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts School of Law where she was the Articles Editor of the school’s law review and a Teaching Assistant in Property Law.
During law school, Abigaelle served as a judicial intern for the Massachusetts Land Court and the District Court of Rhode Island where she conducted legal research and drafted memos on legal issues related to land use and zoning law and drafted various civil motions while working closely with judges.
In addition to her judicial experience, Abigaelle has experience working in private law firms as a legal assistant. She worked at Lider, Fogarty, and Ribeiro, P.C. on complex immigration and family law cases including visa applications and asylum claims and at Bean & O’Connor LLC, where she drafted real estate purchase contacts and conducted due diligence in preparation of home closings.
Abigaelle’s professional path led her to volunteer as a member of the Habitat Greater Boston Homeowner Selection Committee where she advocates for access to affordable homeownership and assists in the selection of eligible families into the homeowner program.
Areas of Practice:
- Civil Litigation
- Family Law