Thoughtful counsel, quality advocacy
Amy believes in providing quality advocacy to every client. She thoughtfully analyzes the legal issues in each individual case to ensure both excellence and efficiency.
After graduating magna cum laude from Lewis & Clark Law School, Amy began her practice in civil litigation. She has been published in both the Oregon Law Review and the Lewis & Clark Law Review. Her 2017 law review article regarding non-unanimous juries was cited by the Supreme Court in a concurring opinion in its landmark 2020 decision, Ramos v. Louisiana.
Accepted to the bar in both Oregon and Washington, Amy has extensive litigation experience, including taking cases through arbitration and assisting at trial.
Outside of the office, Amy is a 2016 Portland Marathon finisher, and 2020 three-time (remote) half marathon finisher. She also enjoys reading science fiction, hiking, and exploring the Oregon Coast with her dogs.