Anh Nguyen

Senior Associate Anh Nguyen earned her JD from Hanoi University School of Law in Vietnam, where she was a merit-based scholarship recipient and graduated in the top 10% of her class. She also holds two LL.M. degrees from Golden Gate University School of Law, including an LL.M in Taxation.

Anh’s practice foci are Bankruptcy, Tax Law, and Civil Litigation. As a native Vietnamese speaker, Anh uses her understanding of cultural differences to effectively represent clients in financial restructuring, including bankruptcy and insolvency litigation. In addition, Anh has substantial expertise in negotiating favorable settlements with large banks and financial institutions in formal reorganization proceedings. She also draws on her knowledge and experience in Tax Law to provide practical legal advice to clients on a spectrum of matters that arise in bankruptcy.

Anh is licensed to practice law in California and New York. She is also admitted to practice in the following courts: Federal Court of New York, Third Department; U.S Federal Court Northern District of California; U.S Federal Court; Eastern District of California and U.S Tax Court.

Prior to becoming an associate at Chapman Law Group, A.P.C., Anh was an associate at the Law Office of David Boone, a boutique Bankruptcy Law firm based in San Jose.

While working on her Master Degree in Tax Law, Anh assisted in tax law individuals in front of the Franchise Tax Board and Board of Equalization, a program sponsored by the Tax Pro bono Clinic at Golden Gate University.

Anh is regularly interviewed by the Vietnamese media on complicated bankruptcy matters, and was selected as a rising star in 2014-2016 in the area of consumer bankruptcy by Super Lawyer Magazine.

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