Ann Campbell Flannery is an experienced trial lawyer whose practice focuses on white collar criminal defense. A graduate of Harvard Law School and a former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Ann brings attention to detail, criminal defense experience spanning three decades, and a deep understanding of the federal criminal justice system to her practice.
A compelling courtroom advocate, Ann has secured jury acquittals for clients in cases ranging from an alleged $20 million bank fraud to armed bank robbery. Having “grown up” at larger firms in Chicago and Washington, D.C. respected for their white collar work, Ann combines the experience and professionalism of a “Big Law” attorney with the individualized attention and reasonable fees of a boutique firm.
Ann’s professional and personal activities include: frequent panel presentations for the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (PACDL) and the Federal Criminal Law Committee for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (FCLC); former Adjunct Professor of Trial Advocacy and the Law of Investigations at Temple Law School; board member of SquashSmarts; former board member of the Pennsylvania Innocence Project; golf; swimming; paddle tennis; hiking.