Anna Dorman

Supreme Court Assistance Project Fellow


Anna is the Alan Morrison Supreme Court Assistance Project fellow at Public Citizen Litigation Group, where she assists small-firm practitioners and lawyers for non-profit organizations with litigation at the certiorari petition stage.

Before joining Public Citizen, Anna attended Harvard Law School where she was a founding board member of the Harvard Antitrust Association. During law school, Anna participated as a student attorney in the Protect Democracy Clinic as working with the Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group where she helped draft an amicus brief cited by Justice Kagan in Rucho v. Common Cause. Anna spent her first-year summer working in the Massachusetts State House for Representative Jonathan Hecht. She spent her second-year summer as a law fellow at the Public Citizen Litigation Group. During her third year, Anna worked for the Joe Biden Voter Protection teams in Florida and for the Georgia recount. Anna graduated from Harvard Law School cum laude.

Prior to law school, Anna served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Rwanda where she taught English and coordinated district-wide trainings for teachers and girls. Additionally, she was an AmeriCorps VISTA with the Hawai’i Alliance for Community-Based Economic Development, where she focused on financial literacy education. Anna earned her undergraduate degree magna cum laude from William Smith College.