Anh Nguyen


Phone: (512) 236-9905
Fax:  (512) 236-9904

Anh’s practice focuses on bankruptcy, creditors’ representation, and labor and employment matters. Prior to joining Streusand, Landon, Ozburn & Lemmon, Anh clerked for the Honorable Jeff Bohm of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas. During her clerkship, Anh spent substantial time drafting opinions, orders and judgments in various bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings involving federal and state law issues including the Texas Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act, class actions, division of community property and exculpatory clauses in Chapter 11 plans.

Before starting her judicial clerkship, Anh practiced bankruptcy law at a multi-state law firm where she represented large and small financial institutions in all aspects of bankruptcy. During this time, she prepared motions to lift stay, proofs of claims and notices with regard to consumer bankruptcy cases and appeared on behalf of these financial institutions in bankruptcy courts throughout Texas.

While attending University of Houston Law Center, Anh served as a judicial intern to US District Judge Gray H. Miller of the Southern District of Texas and Justice John Anderson of the Fourteenth Court of Appeals. She also interned at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office and clerked for a boutique litigation firm that specializes in white collar crime defense.


  • Texas, 2011
  • Western, Southern, Northern, and Eastern Texas United States District Courts


  • J.D., University of Houston Law Center, 2011
  • Senior Articles Editor, Houston Journal of International Law
  • B.A., Cum Laude Ampla et Magna, University of Texas in Austin, 2007
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