Born and raised in South Delta, Amanda joined Richter Trial Lawyers as a member of their personal injury team in 2015. Her grandfather’s uncle was a founding partner at historic Vancouver law firm Freeman & Company. Amanda obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of British Columbia in 2010; majoring in English literature and minoring in philosophy. While at UBC, she was an active member of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority and Gamma Sigma Alpha Greek Honour Society. Off-campus, she volunteered at Access Justice and West Coast LEAF.
Amanda completed her Juris Doctor in 2014 at Thompson Rivers University Faculty of Law as a member of the inaugural graduating class. While at law school, she represented TRU at the Wilson Moot, a national advocacy competition involving the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. She also volunteered with West Coast Leaf (Women’s Legal Education & Action Fund) hosting the annual Persons Day Breakfast in Kamloops. While in her third year, she served as class representative for the Society of Law Students
After law school, Amanda enjoyed a unique articulating experience, completing part of her articles at a personal injury firm and the other part assisting general counsel at Biopep Solutions, an upstart biotechnology company located in Richmond, BC. She has a special interest in brain injury, chronic pain and serious injury cases. For chronic pain cases, she recognizes how chronic pain can severely impact an injured person’s life.
Outside of the office, Amanda enjoys cross fit, hiking, softball and travelling to sunny and warm destinations.
If you or anyone you know was suffered an injury as result of another driver or someone else’s negligence, we invite you to give Amanda a call for a free consultation.
J.D., Thompson Rivers University, 2014
B.A., University of British Columbia, 2010
Member of the Law Society of British Columbia
Member of the Canadian Bar Association, British Columbia Chapter