Angela Aneiros is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Gonzaga University School of Law. Prior to joining Gonzaga Law, she was a Lecturer of Business Law & Ethics at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. Professor Aneiros earned her J.D. from IU Maurer School of Law and her B.A. in Business Administrations-Prelaw from Michigan State University.
Drawing on more than a decade-long experience as a practitioner and as a scholar of business law and ethics, Professor Aneiros’ research focuses on the intersection of law and corporate governance. In particular, how recent social unrest and social movements influence diversity, equity, inclusions and justice in corporations. This includes both how social movements impact corporate America and corporate law and how stakeholders influence corporate behavior through legal avenues.
Prior to transitioning to academia, Professor Aneiros spent over a decade as a trial attorney in Illinois and Indiana. She spent six years in private practice representing individuals, businesses, and government entities in federal, district and state courts. She then transition of practice, she served as a supervising attorney at IU Student Legal Services, a clinical program for IU Maurer School of Law students, representing and advising IUB students.