Amy is a staff attorney in Hausfeld’s Philadelphia office. Her current practice at Hausfeld focuses on large-scale antitrust cases involving major technology companies.
Prior to joining Hausfeld, Amy litigated Constitutional and Civil Rights claims on behalf of incarcerated people in the Middle District of Pennsylvania. She provided direct services to individual clients and worked on large scale class actions against the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Amy has a J.D. from American University Washington College of Law and a Master of Arts from The University of Chicago. Prior to law school she did extensive work in sexual assault crisis intervention, including working as a guest writer for The New York Times online while working with survivors of rape in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Working towards a diverse, equitable, and inclusive world is paramount to Amy, who is an active member of our Racial Justice and LGBTQ+ Alliance working group.
American University Washington College of Law, J.D.
The University of Chicago, M.A.