A graduate of State University of New York at Albany and of Pace University School of Law, Ann Sheeley has achieved much during her 22-year career as a civil law attorney. A supervising Lawyer at the Law Offices of Thomas Sparks, Ann Sheeley began earning legal accolades before even starting her career. As a participant in the Pace London Law Program, Ann Sheeley received Best Oralist and Top Team awards during the First Year Moot Court Competition, a contest held annually between students of the Pace London program and barristers-in-training of the Honorable Society of Gray’s Inn in London. Ann Sheeley graduated in the top third in her class from Pace University School of Law. Attorney Ann Sheeley has worked for J. Ronald Fishbein, the law offices of Robert Karns, and the Law Offices of Donald E. Green during her career. A dedicated civil litigator, Ann Sheeley holds licenses to practice in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and the Federal District Court for Rhode Island. In the courtroom, Ann Sheeley possesses the talent to present her clients’ positions and persuade others to decide in her clients’ favors. Ann Sheeley has handled many cases, from initial client contact to settlement negotiations and trial. Ann Sheeley formerly served as Supervising Attorney at the Law Offices of Thomas Sparks, a former Rhode Island state prosecutor. Ann Sheeley is currently the owner of Sheeley Law, LLC, a firm that concentrates on wrongful death and personal injury cases, including those caused by motor vehicle accidents, slips and falls, and catastrophic injuries. Ann Sheeley’s firm also handles workers’ compensation and criminal law cases. Outside of the office, Ann Sheeley regularly attends St. Mary’s Episcopal Church of Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Dog lover Ann Sheeley avidly participates in the American Kennel Club and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club.

Work History

Work History
Aug 2010 - Present

Owner / Attorney

Sheeley Law, L.L.C.

Winner of Best Oralist in International Moot Court, Grays Inn, London, England


Sep 1979 - Jun 1983


SUNY at Albany

- English and Political Science tutor for Equal Opportunity Program

- Graduated Magna Cum Laude