Bethany Ann Anderson joined BrownGreer in 2010 and is responsible for developing and implementing various aspects of the firm’s class action settlement review processes. Prior to joining the firm, Bethany worked as a student attorney for the Juvenile and Special Educations Law Clinic at the UDC School of Law, representing parents and guardians in Multi-Disciplinary Team/IEP meetings, pursuing improved special education for children enrolled in the District of Columbia Public School system and drafting memoranda addressing controversial applications of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. She also worked as a student attorney at the HIV/AIDS Legal Clinic, representing clients in child abuse and neglect proceedings, participating in mediations, initial hearings and preparation for trial and drafting and presenting a new initial hearing order form to be used in initial hearings. In 2009, Bethany completed an internship with the Legal Aid Justice Center in Richmond, Virginia where she drafted complaints and memoranda, prepared documents supporting low-income clients involved in housing disputes, consumer law and various education matters and spoke before the Virginia Board of Education. As an intern for the Fairfax County Office of the Public Defender, Bethany wrote sentencing memorandums, interviewed incarcerated persons awaiting sentencing, prepared attorneys for juvenile detention hearings and maintained contact with clients’ families.
Bethany is an active member of the Richmond Bar Association and the Virginia Bar. In her role as Counsel, Bethany is responsible for developing, implementing, and managing claims review processes for a variety of settlements.