Anna Levine-Gronningsater, Esq.
Anna is an associate attorney at The Bloom Firm. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Yale University in 2006 and her Juris Doctor degree from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law in 2012, where she graduated in the top ten percent of her class and was named to the Order of the Coif. She is currently admitted to practice law in California and New York.
After law school, Anna completed a two-year Equal Justice Works AmeriCorps legal fellowship at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles. She provided direct representation to low-income veterans and their families, focusing on matters impacting housing and income stability. After her fellowship, she continued on at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles as a staff attorney. She participated in affirmative and impact litigation geared towards vindicating the constitutional and civil rights of the low-income community in Los Angeles. Case results include a judgment against a landlord for violations of the False Claims Act, a published appellate division opinion on notice requirements in eviction actions, and multiple settlements. At The Bloom Firm, she actively litigates cases and also engages in pre-litigation matters. She represents employees in harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, and discrimination matters. She also represents victims of civil rights violations and sexual assault. She has negotiated multiple six- and seven-figure settlements for clients, and has defeated defense motions to strike and dismiss the plaintiff’s claims.
During law school, Anna was a judicial extern for the Honorable R. Gary Klausner of the Central District of California and the Honorable Richard Y. Lee of the Superior Court of Orange County, and a summer law clerk at the ACLU of Southern California.
Anna lives in Los Angeles with her husband. She enjoys spending time with her family, watching football, and trying to train her dog.