Ankit E. Anil
Ankit E. Anil is an accomplished legal assistant at ChaudhryLaw PLLC. With a diverse background in music, economics, and political science, he holds degrees from Johns Hopkins University and The Juilliard School. Ankit has made a name for himself as a highly sought-after classical violist in the New York, Washington, D.C., and Houston metro areas.
Before joining the firm, Ankit held positions with the New World Symphony and was a visiting guest artist for The Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage Project. Both organizations strive to make the arts more accessible and to place them at the center of American culture. Additionally, Ankit has earned fellowships from the Aspen, Tanglewood, and Music Academy of the West festivals, further cementing his reputation as a skilled and talented musician.
While pursuing a master’s degree at Juilliard, Ankit was selected for the Columbia-Juilliard Exchange, allowing him to take courses in economics and political science at Columbia University. His studies at Columbia piqued his interest in the law and its application in policymaking and legislation. Recently, Ankit has been utilizing his expertise to initiate a renaissance for the people of New York. He collaborates with local officials and organizers to integrate the arts with the everyday lives of individuals and to tackle the impact that the law has on the average citizen.
Ankit intends to enroll in law school to deepen his understanding of the legal system and its history, with the aim of using this knowledge to inform and influence the development of public policy and legislative decisions for future generations.
- Johns Hopkins University, B.A.
- The Juilliard School, M.M.