Annemarie is a thoughtful and creative attorney, who is determined to find effective, efficient, and just solutions to her client’s legal challenges. Her advocacy is defined by her broad experience as a researcher, writer, and communicator.
Annemarie began her career as a litigation associate at Ropes & Gray. She represented international clients in complex commercial disputes, as well as government and internal investigations. While at the firm, she committed herself to pro bono work. She represented Afghan families in immigration proceedings, represented a prisoner in a civil rights action, and drafted an amicus brief challenging police reliance on unreliable gang databases.
Before joining Salvatore Prescott Porter & Porter, Annemarie served as a law clerk to the Honorable Bridget Mary McCormack on the Michigan Supreme Court.
She graduated with honors from the University of Michigan Law School, where she was a Dean’s Scholar, a Senior Judge in the school’s legal research and writing program, the Executive Notes Editor for the Michigan Journal of International Law, and a member of the Mock Trial team.
Prior to law school, Annemarie worked as a newspaper journalist and a senior program manager at an international non-profit organization.
She earned a Master of Arts in Ancient History from Yale University and a Bachelor of Arts in History, magna cum laude, from St. Olaf College.
Annemarie is a member of the Illinois bar and was admitted to the Eastern and Western District of Michigan.