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Anna Scardulla

Advocacy Teaching Fellow

Biography

Anna Scardulla graduated magna cum laude and Order of the Coif from the Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 2014. During her time in law school, Scardulla was a member of the Louisiana Law Review, served as President of the 2013-14 Moot Court Board, and served as research assistant to John Randall Trahan, the Louis B. Porterie Professor of Law and Saul Litvinoff Distinguished Professor of Law. Before returning to LSU Law in 2017, Ms. Scardulla worked as an associate with McCranie, Sistrunk, Anzelmo, Hardy McDaniel & Welch, LLC doing primarily automotive products liability litigation in Louisiana state and federal courts. She also served as a Louisiana State Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Observer of the Louisiana State Law Institute for the 2016 term. As the Law Center’s Advocacy Fellow, Scardulla now teaches, coaches, and assists in the administration of the Law Center’s moot court, trial advocacy, and alternative dispute resolution programs. She also provides student instruction related to advocacy skills, including brief writing, motion practice, and litigation case management. Outside of the legal community, Scardulla works closely with local non-profit New Orleans Artists Against Hunger and Homelessness (“NOAAHH”) and the Create. Inspire. Change. Theater Company.