Anne Rodriguez-Webb


Anne Rodriguez-Webb received her bachelor’s degree in Justice Studies from San Jose State University in 2018, where she was an intern for an undergraduate clinic providing resources to the local community regarding the expungement process. She later earned her law degree from UC Law San Francisco (UC Law SF), formerly UC Hastings, in 2023. Prior to law school, Anne worked as a legal assistant at a small law firm in Los Angeles. Over the summer of 2021, Anne interned at the California Appellate Project (CAP) where she provided legal assistance to unrepresented death row inmates collecting and preserving evidence for their post-conviction claims. Anne also worked as a clinical law student at UC Law SF’s Medical Legal Partnership for Seniors Clinic during her 2022 spring semester and summer where she provided pro bono legal services to low-income geriatric patients of UC San Francisco Medical Center (UCSF) and the San Francisco Veterans Administrations Medical Center. During her final year of law school Anne interned with the Housing and Economic Rights Advocates (HERA) assisting with direct legal services for estate planning to low- and moderate-income clients.

As a 2023-2025 Borchard Fellow, Anne will be hosted by HERA, where she will lead a project extending the organization’s estate planning services to mono- and limited-lingual Spanish speaking clientele in Southern California. As part of this project, Anne will lead in person community presentations about estate planning to Spanish speaking older adults to improve their knowledge about probate and estate planning. Finally, the project will offer remote direct services in Spanish to those who participate in these presentations. Anne’s goal is to offer equal access estate planning to Spanish speaking communities in Southern California.

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