Amanda represents plaintiffs in consumer-oriented complex litigation in both federal and state courts. Her clients have included homeowners, landowners, patients harmed by defective products and drugs, and victims of federal civil rights violations. Amanda began her career at a boutique plaintiff-side litigation firm in New Orleans where she gained invaluable experience in a variety of practice areas, with a particular emphasis on environmental and mass tort litigation. More recently, she practiced at a civil rights law firm and represented plaintiffs in federal courts throughout the United States.
Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Amanda moved to New Orleans in 2010 to attend Tulane University Law School. At Tulane, she developed her litigation skills and her passion for client advocacy as a student attorney with Tulane’s Civil Litigation Clinic. While involved with the competitive Tulane moot court program, Amanda’s team won the 2012 Louisiana State Bar Association trial competition, and she was elected to the Order of the Barristers by her peers. She also served as a managing editor for the Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law.