Amanda is a skilled, forward-looking attorney who helps clients solve complex business disputes and prevail in high-stakes litigation.
She brings a diverse perspective to her practice, enabling her to look beyond traditional tactics to produce creative litigation solutions. Innovative and thorough, Amanda examines clients’ matters from every perceivable angle.
A tenacious courtroom advocate, Amanda is also a formidable negotiator, skilled at achieving settlements that advance clients’ business interests when that is their best option. Amanda’s persuasive skills, in oral argument and on paper, have earned her national recognition.
She represents clients in complex commercial litigation, intellectual property matters, breach of contract disputes and employment cases, and has extensive experience practicing in federal and state court.
Before Fox Rothschild
Prior to joining Fox, Amanda was an associate and summer associate at a national law firm. She also worked as an attorney for a Los Angeles-based nonprofit human and poverty rights organization, internationally recognized for its work in providing unique advocacy and support for people living in poverty, and for communities victimized by discrimination and civil rights abuses.
During law school, Amanda was a member of USC’s Hale Moot Court Honors Program and National Moot Court Team. She was named Best Oralist in a national competition featuring 42 teams and more than 84 competitors from law schools across the country, arguing a case on appeal before a mock U.S. Supreme Court.
While in college, Amanda served as a summer analyst for both JP Morgan Chase and JP Morgan Private Bank.
Honors & Awards
- Best Oralist in the John J. Gibbons National Moot Court Competition (2012)
- LexisNexis Written Advocacy Best Brief Award and Oral Argument Semifinalist in the Hale Moot Court Honors Competition (2011)