Anna Finn focuses on criminal defense and legal and professional ethics. She draws on her background as a federal district court clerk and an assistant attorney general to advocate for clients in a broad range of matters.
Anna has represented individuals and corporations in criminal and administrative matters, from the investigation stage through formal proceedings. As an advocate for licensed professionals, Anna has counseled and represented individuals in professional responsibility and ethics matters ranging from initial applications for licensing to disciplinary proceedings. Anna’s practice includes a focus on legal ethics; she has counseled lawyers and judges on professional responsibility issues, including representing individuals in disciplinary matters before the State Bar of Arizona and the Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct. Anna presently serves on the Arizona Supreme Court’s Committee on Character and Fitness. She also has deep civil litigation experience, from the initial phases of a case, through discovery, motion practice, and trial.
Prior to joining Mitchell Stein Carey Chapman, Anna was a litigation associate at Osborn Maledon, P.A. She also practiced in the Licensing and Enforcement section of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, where she advised professional licensing boards, including the Arizona Board of Nursing, Arizona Veterinary Medical Examining Board, and Arizona Board of Nursing Care Institution Administrators and Assisted Living Facility Managers. As an Assistant Attorney General, Anna also represented the state in disciplinary proceedings before the Office of Administrative Hearings and various professional licensing boards. Anna served as a law clerk for the Honorable Susan R. Bolton of the United States District Court for the District of Arizona for four years.
At Stanford Law School, she served as President of the Public Interest Law Students Association and represented clients through Stanford’s Immigrants’ Rights Clinic in a range of cases.