Angie Ostrowski is interested in both animal law and tax law. She graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School in 2015 with a Certificate in Animal Law. During her time at Lewis & Clark, Angie participated in the Animal Law Clinic and the Kenya Legal Project. Her experience studying in Kenya inspired her to write (Elephant) Death and Taxes: Proposed Tax Treatment of Illegal Ivory, which was published in Animal Law Review. She was also on the editorial board of Animal Law Review and a SALDF member.
Right after law school, Angie went on to earn an LL.M. in Taxation from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 2016. While pursuing her LL.M., Angie externed at the IRS Office of Chief Counsel where she gained experience practicing before the U.S. Tax Court.
Angie is currently working at Ernst & Young on their State & Local Tax – Real Estate team. She is admitted to practice law in Illinois. She shares her home with two rescue cats, Pippa and Buddy.