Anna is an associate in the firm’s corporate department who actively participates in the data, privacy & cybersecurity practice group. Anna joined Ropes & Gray in 2019. During law school, Anna was a Sparer Public Interest Fellow and a Block International Business Law Fellow. She was also a student attorney in Brooklyn Law's Safe Harbor Clinic, where she assisted asylum applicants, and Brooklyn Law’s Incubator and Policy Clinic, where she assisted Brooklyn start-up ventures. Anna was also a member of the Brooklyn Journal of International Law
. Prior to law school, Anna worked in administration at a major health care provider and also worked as a paralegal at a non-profit medical-legal partnership.
- Anna W. Chan, “The Need for a Shared Responsibility Regime between State and Non-State Actors to Prevent Human Rights Violations Caused by Cyber-Surveillance Spyware,” 44 Brook. J. Int’L.795 (2019)
- JD, magna cum laude, Brooklyn Law School, 2019
- BA, New York University, 2008