Amanda focuses on fire litigation, personal injury, and post-judgment enforcement. She graduated cum laude from the University of California, San Diego with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science: International Relations. During college, she was Vice President of the Student Body and volunteered with Habitat for Humanity. Thereafter, she attended California Western School of Law where she served as Vice President of the International Law Society, was a Research Assistant to Professor Jan Stiglitz and studied International Humanitarian and Environmental Law, as well as Corporate Duties, in Prague, Czech Republic and Galway, Ireland.
Amanda has co-chaired the Women’s Advocacy Committee of Lawyers Club of San Diego for the past three years, where she also serves on the Leadership Development and Professional Advancement Committees. She is an author and lecturer for Lorman Continuing Education Seminars on Post-Judgment Enforcement. Amanda is also a member of Consumer Attorneys of California and Consumer Attorneys of San Diego, WILDCOAST’s Baja Bash Committee, Run Women Run, and San Diego Leadership Alliance.
Amanda is admitted to practice before all California state and federal courts.