Amanda Busch brings a wealth of legal experience to Barrett Johnston Martin & Garrison. Over the last several years, Amanda has demonstrated her ability to take on a large variety of legal assignments to support a diverse number of practice areas. With strong focuses including compliance, contract review, document review, e-mail retention, e-discovery, legal research, and trial preparation.
Amanda possesses significant experience in facilitating e-mail retention/e-discovery projects, which includes the identification, collection, and presentation of related documents for in-house attorneys and outside counsel, to meet client and corporate compliance standards. These projects incorporate many class action and multimillion-dollar lawsuits.
Amanda is a 2016 graduate from the University of Mississippi School of Law where she graduated Cum Laude with a Juris Doctor and a Certificate in Criminal Law. While attending the University of Mississippi she was involved in the Mississippi Innocence Project. During her final semester of Law School, Amanda had a legal article published on the standards and regulations in horse racing law. Teach Me How to Derby – The Need for Standardized Regulations in Horse Racing, 20 Gaming Law Review and Economics 516 (2016)
University of Mississippi School of Law, J.D., 2016
The University of Georgia, B.A., Criminal Justice, 2012
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