Anne-Grace Reule practices in the areas of commercial litigation, auto liability, personal injury, general civil litigation and insurance defense. She represents clients in matters involving alleged wrongful death and catastrophic injury, premises and social host liability, products liability, and bad faith.
While pursuing her law degree at ASU, Anne-Grace gained legal experience working as a summer law clerk at JSH and another Valley law firm, as well as with a summer externship position with the Arizona Justice Project. Active in her law school community, Anne-Grace served as Vice President of the Moot Court Executive Board, worked as a teaching assistant for the Legal Advocacy Writing Course, and served as Associate Editor of Jurimetrics Journal of Law, Science, and Technology. Passionate about litigation and trial practice, she competed and won against the University of Arizona’s law school moot court teams in a closing-argument style competition (Moot Court Jenckes’ Closing Argument Competition), taking first place two years in a row. Anne-Grace was awarded of the J. Windle Merit Scholarship and inducted into the Order of the Barristers upon graduation.
While pursuing her undergraduate degree from the University of South Florida, Anne-Grace worked as a legal assistant at an intellectual property law firm in Tampa. She graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in Political Science and Arabic Language. Anne-Grace was the recipient of the Outstanding Leadership of Student Organization Award, served as President of Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity, and served as President of the Arabic Language Organization.
In her free time, Anne-Grace enjoys hockey, tennis, improv theatre and Wes Anderson Films. She speaks conversational Arabic and enjoys studying the culture and the language.
Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, J.D., 2020
Order of the Barristers Award
Certificate in Trial Advocacy Program
Jenckes’ Closing Argument Competition Winner
University of South Florida, B.A., Political Science and Arabic Language, magna cum laude, 2016