Ani’s practice focuses on complex litigation, including intellectual property disputes, high-stakes commercial disputes, and consumer class actions, among other matters.

Ani received her J.D. magna cum laude from Loyola Law School, where she was elected to the Order of the Coif. Before joining Morrison & Foerster’s Litigation Department, Ani was a summer associate in the Los Angeles office, where she researched and drafted legal memoranda on topics including the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, class action certification, and contract interpretation. While in law school, she served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Christina A. Snyder of the United States District Court, Central District of California, and to the Honorable Stephen R. Reinhardt of the United States Court of Appeal for the Ninth Circuit. As a judicial extern, Ani drafted numerous memoranda and bench memoranda involving intellectual property, federal preemption, breach of contract, and procedural issues.

Ani received numerous accolades in law school for her writing, including the Outstanding First Year Brief Award for a memorandum she wrote in her Legal Research & Writing Class and the First Honors Award for her brief in a Mass Torts Seminar. Ani was also a note and comment editor for the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review. Her note, which discusses the permissible scope of cross-examining government witnesses, was selected for publication.

Ani also served as a research assistant and volunteer mock trial coach for middle school students in underrepresented communities.

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