Anne joined Wiseman Ashworth Law Group as an Associate Attorney in January 2016. Anne appears in all state and federal courts of record in Middle Tennessee for personal injury and health care matters with an emphasis in mental health, medical malpractice, conservatorships, and long term care cases.
Anne graduated from Emory University School of Law in 2015 with a concentration in civil litigation. She was a member of the Arbitration Team and participated in the Student Legal Services Clinic, developing legal practice skills by counseling university employees and students in potential legal matters. During law school, Anne worked in healthcare defense for a respected Nashville law firm, and clerked for the Honorable Judge W. Jeffrey Hollingsworth, Circuit Court Judge of the 11th Judicial District in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Anne also served as a clerk to the Office of the Tennessee Attorney General, where she gained extensive experience in Tennessee appellate law.
Before attending law school, Anne interned with the Bradley County, Tennessee District Attorney’s Office and she participated in trial preparation for multiple high profile murder cases.
Anne is also passionate about the public education system. She received a Master’s degree in Teaching from Lee University and taught ninth grade World History before attending law school. Her Master’s thesis examined Mortimer Adler’s 1982 Educational Manifesto, The Paideia Proposal, and its implementation in a 21st Century Public School.
Born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Anne always held a strong desire to return to her home state. Anne now resides in the Green Hills neighborhood of Nashville with her husband, Brandon. Anne is an avid Vanderbilt Commodores fan, and when not practicing law she enjoys Pure Barre, playing with her many nieces and nephews, and watching the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team.