Anna-Sophie Tirre represents clients in federal and state courts in a variety of litigation, from inception to completion.
Anna-Sophie supports teams in several business litigation areas, including contracts, real estate, and employment defense. Before joining Tucker Ellis, Anna-Sophie worked at a business litigation boutique where she conducted legal research and analysis, engaged in dispositive motion practice, and appeared in court. She also gained experience in corporate matters as a summer clerk in the M&A department of a multinational law firm.
While in law school, Anna-Sophie served as a judicial extern to Judge Christina A. Snyder of the United States District Court, Central District of California. In this role, Anna-Sophie researched and drafted tentative rulings for civil motions and gained valuable insight into how courts make decisions.
Anna-Sophie had an international upbringing in Germany, Japan, and China, which instilled in her a love for traveling and discovering new places. She also enjoys spending time outdoors and taking advantage of the beautiful Los Angeles weather.
- University of California, Los Angeles School of Law (LL.M., 2020); Dean's Tuition Fellowship; Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs, Deputy Managing Editor
- University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom (LL.B. with Options in Economics, First Class Honors, 2019)
- State Admissions
- California, 2021
- German (Native)
- “U.S. Supreme Court Issues Monumental PAGA Decision for California Employers: Viking River Cruises, Inc. v. Moriana,” Tucker Ellis Client Alert (June 2022)