Siarra Rae Rogers

Associate

  • JD, University of Virginia School of Law, 2019; Editor-in-Chief, Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the Law 
  • BA (Political Science), summa cum laude, University of South Florida, 2015; King O’Neal Scholar; Student Government, Ranking Justice of the Supreme Court

Qualifications

  • District of Columbia, 2020
  • Florida, 2021
  • Junior Board Member, DC Volunteer Lawyers Project (October 2021-February 2022)
  • Board Member, YMCA of the Suncoast (November 2012-August 2016)

Siarra Rae Rogers

Associate

Siarra Rae Rogers is an associate in the antitrust practice group. Siarra’s practice involves representing clients in all aspects of antitrust matters, including premerger clearance and antitrust investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission and state antitrust authorities. 

Prior to joining Ropes & Gray, Siarra worked at another global law firm, where she gained experience with Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act matters and assisted clients with FTC and DOJ inquiries and investigations of mergers and acquisitions.

Siarra has maintained a robust pro bono practice across various areas of substantive law, serving as guardian ad litem in domestic relations cases in D.C. Superior Court, assisting asylum seekers in obtaining permanent legal residence in the United States, and drafting wills and other life-planning documents.

During law school, Siarra represented indigent defendants with the Virginia Criminal Defense Clinic. Siarra also served as the editor-in-chief of the Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the Law, co-director and trip leader of the Migrant Farmworker Project, and vice president of the Virginia Employment and Labor Law Association. Previously, Siarra was a summer associate at a Tampa-based appellate law firm, where she gained experience assisting in the preparation of initial and reply briefs, preparing oral arguments, performing legal research, and drafting memoranda. 

Publications

  • Siarra Rae Rogers, “The Influence of Property in the Law of Energy Development: How the United States as a Landowner can Limit Environmental Degradation on Federal Lands.” Virginia Environmental Law Journal Vol. 36, Issue 3 (Fall 2018)
  • JD, University of Virginia School of Law, 2019; Editor-in-Chief, Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the Law 
  • BA (Political Science), summa cum laude, University of South Florida, 2015; King O’Neal Scholar; Student Government, Ranking Justice of the Supreme Court

Qualifications

  • District of Columbia, 2020
  • Florida, 2021
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