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Amanda represents individuals, private companies, and public entities in connection with internal and government investigations, white collar criminal defense matters, and complex commercial litigation. She assisted with the firm’s investigation and public report regarding New Jersey’s Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women.
Amanda has experience litigating bankruptcy matters and representing individuals in state and federal court on issues such as contract disputes, tort causes of action, accounting fraud, and securities fraud.
Committed to maintaining a robust pro bono practice, Amanda has represented domestic violence victims, children seeking asylum, and low-income tenants facing eviction, all through the firm’s partnerships with Partners for Women and Justice and Volunteer Lawyers for Justice. She also serves on various committees of the firm’s Women’s Initiative Network (WIN), which provides a wide range of programming and facilitates mentorship of and by the firm’s female attorneys.
Amanda obtained an understanding of civil and criminal litigation through internships with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York and as a judicial intern to the Hon. Madeline Cox Arleo of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.