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Anitha Cadambi

Anitha Cadambi

Associate Director of Graduate Curriculum & Instruction and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law

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Last Updated: May 23, 2017




Anitha Cadambi is the associate director of graduate curriculum & Instruction at USC Gould School of Law. She teaches "LLM Legal Profession," "Introduction to U.S. Culture and Practice," and "Introduction to the U.S. Legal System" for USC’s residential and online program, respectively. Cadambi is a transactional attorney with Singh Law Group, where she advises clients on a variety of business law issues. Over the years, Cadambi’s clients have included: startup companies, restaurants, health care agencies, educational ventures, and manufacturing companies. Previously, she was an attorney with Castilla Del Oro, a Washington, D.C. nonprofit organization, with offices in Panama and Spain. While at Castilla Del Oro, she advised on legal and business issues for the foundation’s projects in Panama, Spain, and the United States. 
 
Cadambi graduated in the top 2% of her class, with an LLM degree from USC Gould in 2011. Upon graduation, she completed a six-month legal fellowship with the Law Offices of Adam Aparicio, where she worked as a research associate for the firm’s business law practice. She received her Bachelors in Law (LLB), with top honors, from Indian Law Society, Pune, India. Cadambi is a member of the California and New York State Bars.

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Los Angeles Times
September 20, 2018
Re: Sam Erman

Sam Erman published the op-ed, "Devastation Without Representation in Puerto Rico" on colonial oppression of the territory. Under the Foraker Act of 1900, Puerto Ricans received no federal voting power, no U.S. citizenship and no guarantee of eventual statehood. This led to a gap between purported ideals of the United States and its treatment of Puerto Rico, Erman wrote."The 120-year epic tragedy of Puerto Rico can be told as a tale of two hurricanes. The one fresh in our memory is Maria, which reached Puerto Rico a year ago. The other was hurricane San Ciriaco in 1899, which devastated the island just after it became part of the United States. on colonial oppression of Puerto Rico."

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