Anna supports the Infrastructure, Projects and Energy team as a Senior Knowledge Lawyer. She also supports the Energy and Transport sector work within the firm. Her role includes:

  • Writing regular client updates on energy and utilities, and transport topics
  • Assisting key clients with research queries on request
  • Tracking key legislation for a client in the rail industry
  • Horizon scanning tools for clients in the energy and transport sectors, tracking legislation and policy developments
  • Collating and updating precedents and know-how
  • Arranging regular internal training sessions

Prior to joining Addleshaw Goddard in January 2015, Anna was a Professional Support Lawyer at Walker Morris solicitors where she worked in a diverse range of commercial law areas such as energy law, regeneration, procurement, charity law, local government and regulatory. She trained and qualified at Eversheds as a commercial contracts lawyer.


  • Qualified as a solicitor (April 1999)
  • College of Law, York (1994 - 1996)
    • Legal Practice Course (Distinction)
    • Common Professional Examination (Commendation)
  • St Hilda's College, Oxford University (1991 - 1994)
    • BA (Hons) Modern History (2:1) – converted to MA in 1999