Anamika Sinha, Esq.
Attorney at Law
- 1997 Banaras Hindu University (India) B. S. in Geology (With Honors)
- 2001 University of Texas at Dallas M.S., MIS
- 2008 Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, Juris Doctorate
- State Bar of Texas
- Dallas Bar Association
- Collin County Bar Association
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
- Texas Young Lawyers Association
- The National Advocates Top 100 Lawyers
- Family Law
Ms. Sinha joined Mathur Law Offices, P.C., in February 2009. She graduated
at the top of her class with honors in Geology from Banaras Hindu University,
India. She also has a Masters in Management Information Systems from the
University of Texas at Dallas. Ms. Sinha received her J.D. from Texas
Wesleyan School of Law, Fort Worth in May 2008. She was licensed to practice
law in Texas in November 2008.
Immigration and Family Law are her main areas of interest. She is a certified
mediator and has mediated several cases at the Dallas Dispute Resolution
Center. She is also an Attorney Ad Litem for Collin County courts in Child
During law school, Ms. Sinha was the holder of the Law Diversity Scholarship.
She wrote the best trial brief in her legal writing class. She has also
participated in the Wesleyan Innocence Project. Her legal experience includes
internships at Legal Aid of Northwest Texas and the Child Abuse Section
of Dallas DA’s office.
Ms. Sinha was born and raised in India and immigrated to the US in 1999.
Since then, she has been an active participant in the Dallas/Fort Worth
community. In addition to regularly volunteering at Legal Aid of Northwest
Texas, she enjoys being a part of South Asian community in the Dallas/
Fort Worth metroplex and participating in activities organized by Lily
Foundation, Chinmaya Mission, and various DFW Indian Cultural societies.
Being an immigrant herself, Ms. Sinha feels closely connected to the immigrant
community in US. She has great respect for the rights and freedoms enshrined
in the US constitution, and the important role a robust judiciary plays
in safeguarding them. She admires the opportunities this country provides
to everybody regardless of race, color, religion, gender, country of origin,
or political affiliations.