While studying journalism at Arizona State University, Amy began working at a law firm to make ends meet. She was hooked. Amy decided that she would like to focus on becoming a paralegal and attended Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois. After completing their ABA approved paralegal program, she returned to Phoenix to begin her career. Amy has extensive complex litigation experience including domestic relations, personal injury, insurance subrogation and, most recently specializing in construction law. Amy has worked on the condemnation for the Bank One Ballpark (now Chase Field) and was a paralegal on the largest construction surety bond default in Arizona history. She has an extensive background with complex, large document cases and a great deal of courtroom experience.