Anna Sanger is a transactional attorney who has advised public and private companies regarding corporate, finance and real estate issues. Anna focuses her practice on land use, zoning and real estate matters.

Anna recently obtained an LL.M. in agricultural and food law where she studied federal administrative rulemaking, water law and food safety regulation. As a graduate assistant at the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative, she advised Tribes, individual producers and landowners regarding emerging policy issues that affect Tribal agricultural and food production. She also served as an intern with the United States Department of Agriculture, issuing title opinions for the Natural Resource Conservation Service, drafting closing instructions for Rural Development loans, and assisting with Forest Service litigation.

Before re-joining Doerner, Anna was a transactional associate at a regional law firm supporting all stages of the merger and acquisition process, from negotiating the letter of intent, through due diligence, to closing. Anna worked with the firm’s healthcare and banking practice groups where she drafted loan documents, advised companies regarding legal risk, and engaged in problem-solving between legal and corporate leaders.  

Prior to law school, Anna served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Paraguay. In her spare time, she enjoys running and is an outdoor enthusiast.