Amanda has extensive experience in both criminal and civil defense. She began her legal career as a trial attorney with Orleans Public Defenders, handling all aspects of criminal defense from bond setting to homicide trials. Amanda currently represents corporate clients in complex litigation involving environmental and toxic torts. She has significant experience in client and witness interviewing, investigation, pre-trial motions practice, direct and cross examination, working with expert witnesses, trial preparation, jury trials, and appellate writ practice. Amanda continues to represent individuals accused of crimes on a pro bono basis.
Amanda graduated from Tulane Law School in 2006, where she was an editor of the Journal of Law & Sexuality and student practitioner in the Civil Litigation Clinic. She also earned a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, NY.
Amanda is admitted to practice in all Louisiana state and federal courts.
Amanda has served as adjunct faculty in various skills courses at Tulane University Law School and Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, including the Criminal Litigation Track of Tulane's Intersession program and the Trial Advocacy program.
In civil and criminal matters, Amanda is an aggressive litigator committed to client-centered representation.