There are many things that Anna Vujovic finds rewarding: spending the day outdoors, mastering a new culinary skill, creating intentional time with family, and most notably to her career, the moments when a client walks out of the door in better shape than when they entered.
Born and raised in South Dakota, Anna moved to the Northwest at the age of nine, where she fell in love with the area and the lifestyle opportunities provided, all within her own backyard. With an innate desire to provide direction and a foundation for those who are vulnerable and in need of a helping hand, it’s no wonder why Anna found herself pursuing a legal career. Prior to and during law school, she worked for a large family-based immigration firm in Portland before graduating from Lewis and Clark Law School, and starting her own career as a legal advocate for families in need of support.
While there’s great reward to be found in her work, Anna has found that living an active, creative, and intentional lifestyle outside of the office is key to personal development, growth, and personal joy. On her days off, you might find Anna sipping good espresso, enjoying a bike ride off Marine drive with a seafood dinner, salsa dancing with friends, white water rafting in the mountains, or even making her own bread and cheese at home. When asked about a quote that she lives by, Anna references Johann Wolfgange Von Goethe, “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Wishing is not enough; we must do.”
- Lewis and Clark Law School, J.D.