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Anna Strandberg is an associate working at Barnwell Whaley’s Charleston, South Carolina office. Ms. Strandberg is a member of the firm’s civil litigation, employment law, and immigration teams. In addition, Ms. Strandberg brings a new practice area to Barnwell Whaley with the addition of probate and estate services for our clients.
Having been raised in Wisconsin, Ms. Strandberg graduated from the University of Wisconsin at Madison with a degree in anthropology and earned her law degree from the Charleston School of Law summa cum laude, finishing second in her class. While in law school, Ms. Strandberg served as Articles Editor for the Charleston Law Review and as a teaching fellow in the school’s Legal Research, Analysis, and Writing department, and earned 16 CALI Awards in subjects including torts, contracts, business associations, and immigration. She also participated in the MUSC Presidential Scholars program and was selected for membership to the Forensic Club.
Ms. Strandberg is the author of Asking For It: Silence and Invoking the Fifth Amendment Privilege Against Self-Incrimination After Salinas v. Texas, 8 CHAS. L. REV. 591 (2014). She also worked as a faculty research assistant to Professor Jorge R. Roig, and contributed to his article, Can DNA Be Speech?, 34 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT. L.J. 163 (2016), and corresponding lecture at TedXCharleston 2014.
Anna is admitted to the South Carolina Supreme Court and is a member of the Federal, Charleston County and South Carolina Bar Associations. Prior to joining Barnwell Whaley, Ms. Strandberg clerked for the Honorable Judge Irvin Condon in the Charleston County Probate Court, the ACLU of South Carolina, and a local law firm. While away from the office, she enjoys kayaking, hiking, backpacking, and spending time with her rescued hound mix, Lucy.
Charleston County Bar Association
South Carolina Bar Association
American Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Bachelor of Science
University of Wisconsin, Madison
summa cum laude
Charleston School of Law
All South Carolina courts