Amanda J. Hill began her career in family law in 2009 when she worked at the Family Law Facilitator’s Office in Los Angeles County through the JusticeCorps program. Amanda also previously interned at the Family Law Facilitator’s Office in El Cajon, California.
Amanda enjoys giving back to the community. While is law school Amanda was the President of the Public Interest Law Foundation. Amanda also previously worked at the Family Law Justice Center as an advocate for victims of domestic violence.
Amanda is originally from the Los Angeles area. Amanda earned her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Cal Poly Pomona University and her Juris Doctorate degree from California Western School of Law.
Amanda has successfully litigated high asset dissolution matters, as well as high conflict custody trials. Amanda has also worked with dozens of military clients in litigating complicated issues unique to military families like deployments and military retirement division. Amanda also enjoys facilitating settlement through informal mediation outside of court.