Amanda’s practice focuses on the litigation of real estate, securities, construction defect and viatical and life settlement issues and practices. She also has experience representing creditors in matters regarding commercial paper, securitization, foreclosure, forcible entry and detainer, bankruptcy, collections and creditor’s rights, as well as commercial litigation. During law school, Amanda obtained criminal law experience while interning at the Office of the District Attorney, Eighth Judicial District. In addition, she interned at the Environmental Protection Agency, Region 8, and was a judicial extern for the Honorable Judge Robert A. Castor, Circuit Court of the Second Judicial District Albany County, Wyoming. While earning her undergraduate degree, Amanda conducted and participated in psychology research at the University of North Dakota for which she received authorships.