Annie Sloan is a Litigation Fellow at Sanford Heisler Sharp.
At Sanford Heisler Sharp, Annie’s practice has focused on employment discrimination and harassment. Working with a team of Sanford Heisler Sharp attorneys, Annie has represented clients including:
- an employee who was terminated because of her race and gender
- a female employee who was discriminated against after maternity leave
- an employee who was terminated after making a complaint about the public safety of his company’s business practices
- a Mexican employee who was terminated because of his national origin
Annie received her law degree Order of the Coif from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude in American Studies from Tufts University. While at Berkeley Law, Annie was a clinical student in the Death Penalty Clinic, interned at the ACLU of Northern California, and served as an editor for the California Law Review and The Berkeley Journal of African-American Law & Policy. Annie was awarded the Thelen Marrin Prize for Writing. While at Tufts, Annie served as a Tisch Scholar for Civic Life and received the Ted Shapiro Award for her research on anti-LGBTQ school bullying.
A member of the New York bar, Annie authored a California Law Review article about racial bias in jury selection. Her research was recently featured in The New York Times.
Before joining Sanford Heisler Sharp, Annie completed a clerkship for Chief Judge Mark R. Hornak of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
When Annie is not lawyering, she enjoys rock climbing, playing board games, and reading novels.