Amanda graduated from Texas Wesleyan University (now Texas A&M University) School of Law, where she served as an Articles Editor for the school’s law review. Amanda spent her law school tenure clerking for judges and litigation firms in order to pursue a career in commercial litigation. After completing a one-year clerkship at the Second Court of Appeals in Fort Worth, Amanda dedicated the first half of her legal career to litigation prior to transitioning over to corporate transactions and general counsel services. She draws on her litigation experience regularly in negotiating key contractual provisions, mitigating risk and handling periodic business disputes. Amanda advises her business clients on various transactions, both large and small, ranging from asset purchase agreements to IP licensing, e-commerce, entertainment agreements and commercial leases. She regularly shares advice and support with women founders and women-centered startups, volunteering her time as a speaker at founder events, academic seminars, and large conferences.

Prior to law school, Amanda graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University with a B.A. in Political Science, minoring in Philosophy. Amanda grew up in a small town in central Indiana but has found that Texas is her true home. She lives north of Dallas with her husband Joe, their two boys, and two Pekingese pups. She enjoys reading, having esoteric debates about movie plotlines, and going on spontaneous road trips.

Select Transactions

  • Represented Dallas-based digital agency in 1.4M sale
  • Represented Plano-based fitness company in $350K sale
  • General Counsel for top music licensing platform based in Fort Worth
  • Regularly assists companies with data privacy compliance, employment matters, and corporate reorganization
  • Regularly assists media personalities, musicians, and artists with contract negotiation, trademark registration, and business dispute resolution

Fun Facts:

  • Found herself on Takashi Murakami’s Instagram feed in 2018 with her two beautiful sons.
  • Took the ACT exam “for fun” at age 13 and outscored her three older sisters (to their dismay).
  • Prepares for Oscar night the same way most people prepare for their Super Bowl party.


  • Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, now known as Texas A&M University School of Law, Articles Editor, Law Review
  • Arizona State University, B.A. Political Science