Anna Sherman-Weiss joined the firm in 2022. She works in all areas of the firm’s practice. 

Ms. Sherman-Weiss graduated from Harvard Law School in 2022, where she served as an Executive Managing Editor on the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review and an Article Editor on the Harvard Environmental Law Review.  During law school, she interned with the Office of the Tribal Attorney for the Yurok Tribe and with the Native American Rights Fund.  She also served as a Judicial Extern to Judge Robert E. Bacharach of the Tenth Circuit. 

Prior to law school, she was awarded the James B. Reynolds Fellowship for Foreign Study and pursued independent research under the supervision of Professor John Borrows, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Law, at the University of Victoria Law School.  In addition to conducting research on Indigenous communities spanning the US-Canada border, she audited courses in the world’s first joint degree program in Indigenous law and common law.

Ms. Sherman-Weiss received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in geography, public policy, and international studies in 2016.  During her time in college she interned for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and partook in the inaugural Matariki Indigenous Student Mobility Programme.