2002 B.A. LSU Psychology
2005 LSU Paralegal Certificate
2013 Southern University Law Center, Juris Doctorate
Amanda graduated from LSU in 2002 and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology with a Minor in Sociology. She then attended LSU’s Continuing Education Program for Paralegal Studies and received a Paralegal Studies Certificate in 2005. Upon receiving her certificate in 2005, she was hired as a personal injury legal assistant for the firm. During these years, she has given assistance and research on numerous personal injury litigation matters.
She has also worked side by side with Attorney Gregory Miller on protecting employee’s rights through various employment laws including Title VII and State Discrimination laws, The Family Medical Leave Act, Federal Labor Standards Act, State and Federal Whistleblower claims, Unpaid Wage claims, and OSHA retaliation. As employment laws are very complex, Amanda has used this vast experience to develop special legal knowledge and a keen ability to research challenging areas of the law. She also has a superior talent for legal writing skills. In 2010, she attended Southern University Law Center full time while still employed at the firm. While in law school, Amanda received a CALI Excellence Award for Legal Research and Advanced Legal Writing.
She also became a member of Phi Alpha Delta Professional Legal Fraternity before receiving her Juris Doctorate in May of 2013. Amanda was admitted to practice law in the State of Louisiana in May of 2014. She is a member of the Baton Rouge, Louisiana and American Bar Associations as well as the National Employment Lawyers Association.