Anna Randall


Anna Randall grew up in Seattle, Washington and moved to San Diego to attend the University of San Diego for her undergraduate education. At USD, Anna was a member of Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity, Kappa Kappa Gamma International Women’s Fraternity, and studied abroad in Florence, Italy for a semester. She graduated from USD with a major in political science and a minor in economics. After working at Belsky & Associates for several years after graduation, Anna returned to USD for law school in 2016.

While in law school, Anna was the treasurer of Phi Delta Phi legal honors society, a member of San Diego Law Review, and a research assistant for Professor Virginia C. Nelson and Professor Michael B. Rappaport. Anna published work in the California Regulatory Law Reporter as an Intern at the Center for Public Interest Law and co-authored a textbook for Professor Virginia C. Nelson’s civil discovery course titled Comparing Discovery Devices. Anna focused on environmental law during law school, earning the CALI Excellence for the Future Award for her work in Professor Timothy Duane’s course, Climate Change Law and Policy. In addition, during law school Anna externed at the California Fourth District Court of Appeal; U.S. District Court, Southern District of California; and in the Financial Fraud section and the Environmental section of the California Attorney General’s Office. Anna joined Adler Law Group, APLC in 2020, where she specializes in wildfire litigation.