Amanda Qadri is an Attorney in the firm’s Miami office, focusing her practice on First Party Insurance Defense, Property and Casualty Claims, and Complex Commercial Constructions Disputes.
Before joining the firm, Amanda worked as an Attorney for a state-wide personal injury law firm, where she obtained extensive litigation experience managing an independent caseload from the inception of suit to trial, including serving as the second chair in a bench trial for an ownership dispute in a wrongful death action. Amanda has experience handling negligence actions in state and federal court.
Amanda earned her Bachelor of Science degree, magna cum laude, in Criminal Justice from Florida International University, where she was Phi Beta Kappa and received a spot on the Dean’s List five times. She then went on to earn her Juris Doctor degree from Florida State University College of Law.
During her tenure in law school, Amanda received three Book Awards for earning the highest overall grade in the following courses: Elder Law, Criminal Practice Clinic, and Florida Criminal Procedure Pretrial. Amanda was a member of the Trial Team and served as a Teaching Assistant to Professor Talbot “Sandy” D’Alemberte. Further, Amanda is acknowledged in Georgetown Law Journal and Iowa Law Review for her research assistance to Professor Justin Sevier. Amanda also worked with the Office of the State Attorney as a Certified Legal Intern where she tried multiple bench trials and served as the second chair in a jury trial.
Amanda has working knowledge in Spanish and Arabic.