“I take pride in standing up for those who have been wronged by insurance companies or corporations. Justice is not just a legal matter but a human matter as well.”
Anjali Sharma takes tremendous pride in advocating for her clients to bring them a fair and just resolution. Her focus is personal injury litigation, specifically, automobile accidents, trucking accidents, workplace liability, burn injuries, and wrongful death.
Prior to becoming an Associate at Roberts Markland LLP, Anjali attended the University of Houston where she studied Environmental Science, Atmospheric Science, and Political Science. She later attended the Thurgood Marshall School of Law. There she engaged in several mock trial competitions, became the Review Editor of Law Journal on Gender, Race & Justice, and was the President of the Community Outreach Program.
During Anjali’s first year of law school, she clerked with the Honorable Judge Maria Jackson in the 339th Criminal District Court in Harris County, Texas. In her second and third year of law school, Anjali began interning at The Markland Law Firm (later to merge and Roberts Markland LLP), where she proved to be a valuable asset. After passing the Texas Bar Exam, Anjali continued her work with Roberts Markland LLP as an associate.