Meet our newest addition to the Clarkson team!
Anna is a law clerk at Clarkson Law Firm, P.C. where she assists our attorneys with legal research, pleadings, and discovery.
Born and raised in New York, Anna graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts in English and was president of her Alpha Phi Sorority. Before joining Clarkson, she worked for a criminal defense attorney as a legal analyst where she did motion practice, drafted documents, and was second chair on two trials. Anna is currently in her second year of pursuing her juris doctorate at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law.
In her spare time, Anna wields a blowtorch. That’s right, her culinary skills are unparalleled. Her favorite dishes to whip up for dinner parties are penne alla vodka, fettucini alfredo, and crème brûlée. And let’s not forget about her homemade tomato sauce!
3 Questions with Anna:
Q: What’s a cool fact about yourself – besides the fact that you are basically Gordon Ramsey’s counterpart?
A: I was actually born in London and lived there for six years. And yes, I had an accent.
Q: Who’s your celebrity crush?
A: Drew Taggart from Chainsmokers. I know it’s never going to happen, he doesn’t know I exist, but I am mildly obsessed with him. Mild is a choice word, by the way.
Q: What are three things you would be caught eating at any moment of the day?
A: The first is definitely cheese. I love cheese, any form and any type. I also really love white chocolate and kale (it’s the only vegetable I will eat).
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