Anne Derrig is an attorney in the Trial & Appellate Litigation practice of Jackson Walker’s Austin office. A significant portion of her work is dedicated to assisting condemning authorities with acquisition projects. Her practice has allowed her to appear in counties throughout Texas.
Prior to Jackson Walker, Anne practiced at an Austin law firm where she handled general litigation matters and employment issues. She has also previously served as a law clerk to the Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington, D.C., and to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Texas. Before attending law school, Anne taught high school English.
B.A., Mount Holyoke College
M.A., University of Illinois at Chicago
J.D., University of Texas School of Law
- Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch (Woodward/White Inc.), Commercial Litigation, 2024
- Texas Rising Star, Super Lawyers by Thomson Reuters, 2023
- Co-Author, “Speaking of, Writing About, Advocating For: Style Issues and the LGBTQ Client,” Texas Bar CLE (2017)
- Austin Bar Association
- Texas Bar Foundation
- Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas
August 17, 2023Attorney News
‘The Best Lawyers in America’ Honors 287 Jackson Walker Attorneys in 2024 Edition, Including 12 “Lawyers of the Year” and 80 “Ones to Watch”
The Best Lawyers in America has recognized 287 Jackson Walker attorneys across 5 offices and 82 specialty practice areas in its 2024 edition, including 12 Lawyers of the Year and 80 Ones to Watch. In this year’s guide, Jackson Walker saw the largest number of attorneys in the areas of Commercial Litigation (66 attorneys) and Real Estate Law (60 attorneys) and the addition of 35 attorneys as Best Lawyers.
April 24, 2023Newsletters
View Jackson Walker’s April 2023 Diversity & Inclusion Newsletter, Perspectives.
March 23, 2023Attorney News
Jackson Walker is pleased to announce the selection of 63 attorneys to Thomson Reuters’ 2023 “Super Lawyers – Rising Stars” list, which recognizes only 5% of Texas attorneys who either are 40 years of age or younger or have been in practice for 10 years or less.