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Anna Limoges

Attorney

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Licensed in South Dakota

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Sioux Falls Lawyer in Litigation, Trials, and Disputes

The Strategic Litigator

Anna Limoges is a Sioux Falls lawyer and previous judicial law clerk who breaks up issues before they happen and resolves complex disputes in strategic and creative ways. As a solution driver, she helps companies drive solutions for complex matters from start to finish, or anywhere in between. Anna has a strong voice in disputes and stands up for her clients when conflicts arise. Her outgoing and determined personality gives her leverage when implementing creative solutions to big problems.

Anna became an attorney because complex issues provided her with the challenges she seeks to solve. Her judicial law clerk experience provides her with the knowledge of how a court thinks under a variety of circumstances. She loves her job and has a passion for it. Anna is a unique lawyer, bringing a different perspective on life. She is empathetic to her clients going through difficult situations and stands by them to provide guidance and advice—allowing them to rest easy knowing their problem is taken care of.

No problem is too large or complex for Anna, throw it her way and she’ll break it down and find the solution you’ve been looking for. Anna’s focus is trial and litigation resolving business, employment, and contract dispute matters. Her dedicated and strong-minded approach ensures your difficult legal needs are handled – Worth It.

LICENSED IN: South Dakota

Anna’s “Why”

Anna and her husband Brian have two children, Abigail and Devan. Anna and her family live on an acreage, giving her plenty of space to have her own garden and grow fresh fruits and veggies.

Bar Admissions

  • State: South Dakota
  • Federal: U.S. District Court, District of South Dakota; U.S. District Court, District of Colorado

Employment
  • South Dakota Unified Judicial System, Second Circuit Court, Sioux Falls, SD
    • Judicial Law Clerk 2017-2018
      • Worked directly with circuit court judges in navigating areas of the law and provided recommendations based on extensive research for all types of cases.
  • Peterson, Stuart, Rumpca & Rasmussen, Beresford, SD
    • Extern, 2017
      • Appeared for attorneys for hearings, researched for appellate cases, client conferences and did research for civil cases.
  • Hagen, Wilka & Archer, LLP, Sioux Falls, SD
    • Clerk, 2016
      • Drafted numerous memos on civil issues, assisted in employment law cases, drafted codicils, client conferences, and assisted in various transactional law projects.
  • Minnehaha County Public Advocate's Office, Sioux Falls, SD
    • Clerk, 2015
  • Ronayne & Cogley, P.C., Aberdeen, SD
    • Research Assistant, 2015
Education
  • University of South Dakota School of Law, Juris Doctor, High Honors, 2017
    • Managing Editor, South Dakota Law Review
    • Graduate Assistant
  • University of South Dakota Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, 2014
    • Dean’s List; Honors Program
Memberships
  • Civil Pattern Jury Instruction Committee with the South Dakota Bar Association
  • Law School Committee with the South Dakota Bar Association
  • Second Circuit Women in Law, President 2020-2021
  • Young Lawyers Association
  • South Dakota Second Circuit Bar Association
  • Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA)
  • National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)
  • South Dakota Trial Association Member

Achievements and Awards:

  • William F. Day Award 2016-2017
  • Dean’s Leadership Award 2017
  • Pro Bono Honors
  • Harvey Jewett Exceptional Law Review Service Award 2017
  • Third Place Negotiation at Regional Transactional LawMeets Competition 2017
  • Everett Bogue Scholarship, Full Tuition Scholarship 2016-2017
  • Joseph N. Spencer III Memorial Student Writer’s Award 2016
  • Regional Transactional LawMeets Competition Semi-Finalist 2016
  • Lawrence L. Piersol Scholarship 2016
  • President of Public Interest Network 2015-2016
  • Public Interest Network Scholarship 2015
  • Quarter Finalist Sam Masten Competition 2015
  • Treasurer Public Interest Network 2014-2015
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Publications
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  • Anna M. Limoges, Note, Lost in the Locality Labyrinth: A Search for the Appropriate Legal Malpractice Standard Set Forth in Hamilton v. Sommers, 61 S.D. L. REV. 108 (2016) (cited in 5 RONALD E. MALLEN, LEGAL MALPRACTICE app. A, B (2017 ed.)).
  • John “Jay” Elliott & Anna M. Limoges, Deserts, Determinacy, and Adolescent Development in the Juvenile Court, 62 S.D. L. Rev. 750 (2017) (cited by Brad Taylor, Return to Rehabilitation: Illinois’ Evolving Juvenile Sentencing Practices in Light of Miller v. Alabama, 43 S. Ill. U. L.J. 403, 433 (2019)).
  • Jeana Goosmann and Anna Limoges, Be Bold, Be Brave: Female Attorneys and Inappropriate Clients, How do we respond to the continuance of sexual harassment and uncomfortable behavior experienced in our profession?, American Bar Association (Apr. 2, 2019), https://www.americanbar.org/groups/litigation/committees/woman-advocate/articles/2019/be-bold-be-brave-female-attorneys-and-inappropriate-clients/.
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