Ann Marie Marciarille is a lecturer at Berkeley Law, teaching health law. Her research interests include health care payment and delivery system reform as well as end of life decision making.
Prior to her appointment at Berkeley, she spent three years as a research fellow/adjunct professor at Pacific McGeorge School of Law, in Sacramento, and served as a deputy attorney general in the Antitrust Section of the California Department of Justice, specializing in healthcare antitrust matters, including tobacco litigation and hospital-mergers. She was awarded the Attorney General's Award for Individual Excellence for her work on healthcare-related matters.
After earning her law degree at Harvard in 1986, Marciarille clerked for U.S. Magistrate Joyce London Alexander in Boston and spent several years as a health and disability rights attorney, in Boston, and at the Pension Rights Center in Washington, D.C.
Marciarille co-authored the chapter on "Health Care Antitrust" in the newly released California Antitrust Treatise.