B.A., J.D., University of Georgia
Writing for Judicial Clerkships
Anna White Howard joined the University of Georgia School of Law in 2019, where she now serves as an instructor. In this role, she teaches legal writing courses and helps direct the school’s advocacy program and the Appellate Litigation Clinic. In the clinic, Howard supervises students as they represent indigent clients before the federal circuit Courts of Appeals, Supreme Court of Georgia, Board of Immigration Appeals and U.S. Supreme Court.
Previously, Howard was an associate with Butler Wooten & Peak, where she litigated False Claims Act qui tam, product liability and catastrophic personal injury cases. She also served as a career law clerk for Judge Leigh Martin May and a term law clerk for Judge Richard W. Story, both of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
Howard earned her bachelor’s degree cum laude and her Juris Doctor magna cum laude from UGA. As a law student, she was a successful member of the school’s moot court team and was inducted into the Order of the Coif and the Order of the Barristers.
Howard also holds leadership positions in the Federal Bar Association, the premier organization for federal practitioners. She was recently elected as a director of the national Federal Bar Association. She also currently serves as the chair and the 11th Circuit’s representative for the national Federal Bar Association's Younger Lawyers Division as well as serves as treasurer and an Executive Committee member for the Federal Bar Association's Atlanta Chapter.