Sidd Aneja is a member of the firm’s Corporate and Transactional and Banking and Finance practice groups. He assists with mergers and acquisitions, mezzanine and sponsor finance and private equity transactions.

Prior to joining Smith Anderson, Sidd worked as a policy analyst for the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality, as a legal analyst for a New York City law firm and as a director of economic research and analysis in Washington, D.C for a policy advisory firm. He has also worked as a research associate for the New York University Institute for Education and Social Policy.

Sidd obtained his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., where he was named to the Dean’s List and was articles editor for the Journal of Legal Ethics.

Sidd grew up in Greenville, N.C. and has lived in Connecticut, Arkansas, New York and Washington, D.C. He is a fan of East Carolina University sports and the San Antonio Spurs and is enjoying getting to know local trails and parks.

Areas of Focus



  • Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2023
    • Articles Editor, Journal of Legal Ethics
  • New York University Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service, M.A., Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy, 2015
  • Wesleyan University, B.A., with honors, Mathematics-Economics, 2010

Bar & Court Admissions


  • Represented a private equity-backed telecommunications engineering, construction, and infrastructure company in its equity purchase of a regional specialized construction contractor that provides fiber optic, horizontal directional drilling, and underground utility services.


Publications & Alerts

  • The Sufficiency of Natural Gas Infrastructure Security and How the Legal Profession Can Help
    Published by the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics
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