Amanda Steiner is a member of Terrell Marshall Law Group, where she concentrates her practice on class actions and complex litigation. Amanda focuses on legal writing at the trial court and appellate levels, and has served as the lead brief writer in many high profile and complex securities, antitrust and consumer cases in federal and state courts throughout the United States. She has handled all aspects of class action practice, including investigations, discovery, expert work, class certification, summary judgment motions, and settlement. She has gained a diverse litigation background over her nearly twenty years of practice that includes cases involving defective products, privacy issues, civil rights, employment disputes, real estate development, construction and environmental issues, and lender-related disputes.
Before joining TMLG, Amanda was a partner at Girard Gibbs LLP, where she handled a variety of class action and complex litigation matters. She served as an extern for U.S. District Court Judge Marilyn Hall Patel, and worked as a law clerk for the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the Alameda County District Attorney, and the Hopi Appellate Court Clinic and Tribal Law Project.