Anna Weinberger’s practice is concentrated in international law and commercial arbitration matters, including disputes related to power plant facilities, water treatment facilities, hydroelectric projects, and nuclear waste repository, in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Before joining Stein Ray LLP, Ms. Weinberger acquired experience within worldwide law firms and major energy companies in Paris, Hong Kong and Washington DC, such as Mayer Brown, Électricité de France (EDF) and Berkshire Hathaway Energy. 

Ms. Weinberger was admitted to the New York Bar in August 2020.


Contributions to arbitration and international law related literature made by Ms. Weinberger include:
  • An Arbitral Award is not a New Illegal State Aid under the EU Law, 8 Versailles University L. J. (Lexis Nexis eds., 2017)
  • State Aid Regulations After Brexit: A Good Deal for the UK, in Legal Aspects of Brexit: Implications of the United Kingdom’s Decision to Withdraw from the European Union (Jennifer A. Hillman & Gary Horlick eds., Georgetown Institute of International Economic Law 2017)
  • Co-authored Building the Capacity of Anti-Dumping Regimes in Developing Countries, Trade Lab (available at, Sep. 2017)


Ms. Weinberger received her LL.M Degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 2017. Ms. Weinberger first completed her education in France where she graduated with a Master’s degree in International Arbitration from Versailles University and with a dual Master’s degree in International Business Law from Paris II Panthéon-Assas, in partnership with the Economics & Law University of Ho-Chi-Minh City (Vietnam), both with Honors. 


  • French (Native proficiency)
  • Spanish (Working proficiency)