Anna Galle graduated from Loyola University in New Orleans and earned her professional doctorate in Law from Charleston School of Law. Ms. Galle has built a life of public service, notably accentuated by her decision to attend the Charleston School of Law, a program focused on the importance of volunteer service as a helpful impact on the lives of others. During her legal education Ms. Galle volunteered over 100 hours to the Crisis Ministries Homeless Justice Project and the Charleston County Public Defenders. In working with Charleston County’s most vulnerable population she developed extensive skills in the areas of criminal, civil, and family law.
Ms. Galle quickly distinguished herself within her first year at Charleston School of Law by winning the Matthew J. Perry Moot Court Competition. In a field of over 160 fellow students Ms. Galle was judged as the superior oral advocate showing excellence in organization, articulation, courtroom demeanor, and persuasiveness.
An active member of the Moot Court Board, Ms. Galle also participated in the American Constitutional Law Society Constance Baker Motley National Moot Court Competition. In 2008, Ms. Galle was honored with a nomination to the Supreme Court of the Charleston School of Law Student Bar Association in recognition for her academic merit.
Ms. Galle is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association, the Charleston Bar Association, and the Federal Bar Association.
Ms. Galle is also a certified Guardian Ad Litem.