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She is a business litigator and a former Associate Attorney General in the N.C. Department of Justice’s Consumer Protection Division. Amanda also is a frequent blogger on North Carolina litigation and appellate issues.
Amanda is a trial lawyer whose practice focuses on complex business and administrative disputes. She regularly represents financial services, technology and manufacturing clients in connection with civil and administrative matters that are filed in State and federal courts throughout the firm’s footprint, as well as the North Carolina Office of Administrative Hearings. She has jury trial experience, has tried matters before administrative and arbitration panels, and has represented clients on appeal in several reported cases. Amanda also regularly represents businesses and non-profits in administrative disputes against State government agencies. She is a primary editor/writer for Womble Carlyle's North Carolina Appellate Blog, and also contributes to The Compass, Womble Carlyle’s business and technology litigation blog.
Before joining Womble Carlyle, Amanda was an Associate Attorney General in the North Carolina Department of Justice’s Consumer Protection Division, where she helped enforce North Carolina’s unfair and deceptive trade practices and discount buying club acts, and gained an understanding of issues related to these laws from the consumer’s perspective. Amanda was also a judicial clerk at the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Prior to enrolling in law school, Amanda gained valuable business experience in the software and technology industry by working at IBM, Engineous Software, Peopleclick, and Electronic Data Systems.
Financial Services Litigation
Associate Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division, North Carolina Department of Justice, 2008; Judicial Clerk, Chief Judge John C. Martin, North Carolina Court of Appeals, 2007-2008.
Between college and law school, Amanda served as a technical writer, software developer, and business analyst for various technology companies in the Triangle area of North Carolina: IBM, Engineous Software, Peopleclick, and Electronic Data Systems.