Amanda brings the passion and determination of a former victim's advocate to her current role – ensuring that clients do not fall prey to common regulatory missteps.
Amanda focuses her practice on helping clients navigate the complex regulatory challenges associated with sponsoring pension and welfare benefit plans. She assists clients in obtaining favorable determination letters, drafting plan documents and amendments, drafting participant communications, and fulfilling fiduciary duties.
Amanda graduated cum laude from American University Washington College of Law, where she served as Senior Articles Editor to the American University Law Review. She also taught constitutional law as a Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Fellow, volunteered with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, and interned with the Federal Labor Relations Authority. In her free time, Amanda enjoys spending time outdoors with her pup, Clementine.
American University Washington College of Law, 2019, J.D., cum laude
University of South Florida, 2012, B.A.
Bar & Court Admissions
Not admitted in the District of Columbia; practicing under the supervision of a member of the DC Bar