Amy represents clients in a variety of practice areas, paying close attention to the specific needs of the organization.
Amy’s Federal Indian Law practice involves representing tribal governments, tribal economic development corporations, and entities doing business with tribes. She has experience in tribal matters involving treaty rights, contract disputes, policy development, federal funding, and commercial leasing. In addition to Federal Indian Law, Amy’s practice also includes a broad spectrum of commercial litigation matters.
Amy is known for being a creative, thorough, and zealous advocate in and out of the courtroom. Her experience in education also brings a unique skillset which serves clients well.
Amy’s interests outside of the office include cooking, running, backcountry camping, and cheering on the athletes in her family.
Education & Admissions
Mitchell Hamline School of Law (J.D., 2017), cum laude, Public Service Award
University of St. Thomas (M.A.)
St. Olaf College (B.A., Economics)
- U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota
- Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
- Grand Traverse Band Tribal Court
- Second Judicial District Minnesota, Judicial Law Clerk, 2017-2018
News & Resources
Industries & Practices
- Banking & Financial Institutions
- Commercial Litigation
- Corporate Governance & Compliance
- Development & Infrastructure
- Indian & Alaska Native
- Real Estate Litigation