Anne M. Wheeler


I was born and raised in New York City where I attended Convent of the Sacred Heart high school. My father, a civil servant for the New York State Court System, and mother, a teacher, never failed to take the opportunity to instill a strong work ethic in myself and my siblings. The satisfaction received from an honest day of hard work was a frequent topic of discussion around the dinner table.

In 2005, I received a B.A. in Government from Hamilton College in Clinton, New York after which I worked as a paralegal in the Appeals Bureau of the New York County District Attorney’s Office for two years. In 2007, I moved to Buffalo to attend the University at Buffalo Law School where I graduated cum laude in 2010. While in law school I was a member of the Buffalo Law Review and the Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal. I was also the leader of the Domestic Violence Task Force in 2008-2009 and received the ALI-ABA Scholarship and Leadership Award in 2010.

I began working as a law clerk for Dolce Panepinto in 2009. I was admitted to practice in New York State Courts in March of 2011 and in the United States District Court, Western District of New York in June of 2012. I find the time spent working at CDP for the betterment of working class families to be particularly rewarding. As a member of the Dolce Panepinto team I am happy to assist you with all aspects of your personal injury claim.


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