Amy coaches students for careers in all sectors and settings of the legal profession. She also cultivates and strengthens relationships with employers, alums and students. After her graduation from UC Hastings in 2001, Amy was a partner in a small firm in Oakland with a diverse civil litigation practice. While at UC Hastings, Amy was a Senior Symposium Editor and note contributor for the Hastings Law Journal as well as a board member of Clara Foltz Feminist Association. She received her B.A. in Journalism from University of Oregon. Amy believes in engaging with community both on and off-campus and is the chair of the development board for the Oakland non-profit Center for Elders’ Independence.