Amanda Bradley, Associate

Amanda Bradley handles a variety of complex litigation matters, including government, antitrust, business and products liability cases, for both plaintiffs and defendants across industries. 

Previously, Amanda clerked under the Honorable Amy Totenberg in the Northern District of Georgia. She managed a civil docket with over 80 active cases, drafting orders on issues like civil rights, ADA, Title VII, wage laws and more. Additionally, she drafted orders in criminal cases addressing compassionate release and counsel effectiveness.

Amanda earned both her Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, from Harvard University. 

During law school, she acted as a student attorney for both the Criminal Justice Institute and Harvard Defenders. She founded and presided over the Harvard Law Students Association for Black American Slave Descendants, and also held leadership roles as co-chair and election committee chair for the Black Law Students Association. Additionally, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court honored her with a spot on the Pro Bono Honor Roll for her impressive 830 pro bono hours.

Representative Work

Successfully defended a major annexation and development of hundreds of units of affordable housing in the City of Clarkston, Georgia, including by defeating a motion for preliminary injunction.

Assisted the plaintiff's counsel in a breach of contract case by authoring key sections of the motion for summary judgment, playing a significant role in the pre-trial strategy that resulted in a multi-million-dollar damages award.

Secured a favorable outcome for a multinational technology company in a product liability dispute.

Represented a multinational conglomerate in an antitrust class action.

Professional Activities

Gate City Bar

Federal Bar Association 

The Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys

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Suite 3900
Atlanta, GA 30309


Harvard University, J.D., 2020

  • Harvard Defenders, Student Attorney
  • Criminal Justice Institute, Student Attorney
  • Harvard Law Students Association for Black American Slave Descendants, Founder
  • Black Law Students Association, Co-chair and Election Committee Chair 

Harvard University, B.A., 2015, cum laude