Mai-Anh Tran

Law Graduate


Mai-Anh Tran is a Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution law graduate based in Foley & Lardner LLP’s Los Angeles office. She began her career with Foley during law school as a summer associate.

Prior to joining Foley, Mai-Anh was a judicial extern for the Honorable Mark D. Houle at the United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California where she reviewed motions, prepared summaries of legal arguments, and drafted memoranda and tentative court rulings. Before attending law school, Mai-Anh worked as a Production Artist at a cultural arts museum in Orange County, CA producing design and marketing materials for permanent galleries and special exhibitions.

Mai-Anh is not admitted to practice law in any state.


  • UCLA School of Law (J.D., 2022)
    • Moot Court Honors
    • Specialization in Media, Entertainment, and Technology Law and Policy

    • UCLA Law Faculty Scholarship for Underrepresented Students of Color (2019)

    • UCLA Women’s Law Journal, Chief Managing Editor

    • UCLA Journal of Law and Technology, Managing Editor

    • First Generation Law Students Association, Internal Vice President

    • Asian/Pacific Islander Law Students Association, Social Committee Member, Peer Mentor

  • California State University, Fullerton (B.A., summa cum laude, 2017)
    • Double Major in History and Communications with a Concentration in Advertising

    • University Honors

    • History B.A. Commencement Speaker

    • President’s Scholar (Full-Tuition Academic Scholarship)

    • Dean’s Scholar for the College of Communications (Academic Scholarship)

    • J. William Maxwell Outstanding Communications Student (2017)

    • Outstanding Student in Advertising (2017)


  • Vietnamese (native)
  • French (intermediate)