Anna L. Dykema focuses her practice on doing business with and litigating against the federal government. Her practice involves a wide range of matters including litigation, transactions, and compliance.

Ms. Dykema litigates protests before the US Government Accountability Office and the US Court of Federal Claims. She also represents buyers and sellers in complex corporate transactions, conducts internal investigations for clients, and files voluntary disclosures with regulators when necessary.

Ms. Dykema graduated Order of the Coif from University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where she served as senior articles editor for the Denver Law Review and received the Melanie Hardaway Memorial Award for Academic Excellence. While in law school, she worked for the US Department of the Interior, the US Environmental Protection Agency, and the Colorado Supreme Court.

Prior to attending Denver Law, Ms. Dykema was a project manager for a consulting firm and facilitated the success of public sector projects.

Perspectives

How DOD's Climate Focus Will Affect Gov't Procurement
Aerospace & Defense Law360, Construction Law360, Corporate Law360, Energy Law360, Environmental Law360, Government Contracts Law360, Health Law360, Native American Law360, Project Finance Law360, Public Policy Law360, Transportation Law360
Uhlmann's Nomination Signals Renewed Commitment to Strong Enforcement of Environmental Laws
Enforcement Edge: Shining Light on Government Enforcement
What To Expect of EPA Enforcement Under Leadership of Pending Nominee Uhlmann
Environmental Edge: Climate Change & Regulatory Insights
President Biden Orders a $15.00 Minimum Wage for Some Federal Contractor Employees Effective Next Year
Advisory
DOJ Gives the First Glimpse into FCA Enforcement Priorities Under the Biden Administration—Some Expected, Others Less So
Qui Notes: Unlocking the False Claims Act

Credentials

Education
  • JD, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, highest honors, Order of the Coif
  • BA, Indiana University, highest distinction, Founder's Scholar
Admissions
  • District of Columbia
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