Anthony Le, Esq.

Partner at McGuireWoods LLP

Alma Mater: University of Minnesota School of Law

Anthony is a partner at McGuireWoods and has a broad array of experiences assisting with compliance issues, regulatory and enforcement matters, internal investigations, and individual and class litigation spanning the financial services, technology, automobile, and retail sectors.

Anthony has advised and represented regional and national banks, financial institutions, and fintech and technology companies on various legal issues, and involving state and federal consumer law claims related to privacy, lending, licensing, credit reporting, debt collection, telecommunications, unfair business practices, foreclosure, and commercial disputes. He has experience litigating in state and federal courts in individual and class actions throughout all stages of litigation.

Anthony graduated magna cum laude with a business concentration from the University of Minnesota School of Law and clerked for former Chief Judge Kathleen H. Sanberg of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Minnesota.

Get to Know Anthony

Knowing what you know now, what advice would you give your 21-year-old self?

Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither is your legal career. Do your best every day while being your authentic self and your efforts will pay off.

What would be your dream job if you weren’t in your current job?

A traveling food explorer (think Anthony Bourdain).

List one show you “binge-watched” recently, and what was it about the show that captivated your attention?

Welcome to Wrexham. In recent years, I’ve enjoyed watching more European football/soccer, and it’s been fun learning more about Wales, one of the oldest professional football teams in the world, and what it’s like to own a sports team.

What is your favorite quote, and what makes it so meaningful to you? 

“A year from now, you will wish you had started today.” There’s no time like the present. It’s so easy to make excuses or rationalize why you cannot or should not do something, but rarely will you regret doing something now.

What about your upbringing contributed to your success as an attorney? 

My parents really instilled in me a strong work ethic and the ability to remain composed in the face of adversity.

Excluding legal/academic accomplishments, what is your proudest achievement? 

I have a black belt in Taekwondo.