As a member of Thompson Hine’s Office of General Counsel, Amy conducts research and advises the firm’s lawyers on a variety of substantive legal ethics, privilege and liability issues. She also reviews and analyzes business intake conflicts, outside counsel guidelines and ethical screens; advises the firm’s lawyers on bar admissions matters; and provides guidance on ethical and liability issues to administrative departments throughout the firm. In addition, Amy has responsibility for co-editing Thompson Hine’s legal ethics blog, The Law for Lawyers Today, which has been named a top law blog by the ABA Journal.

Prior to joining the firm, Amy spent eight years working in the Child Support Unit of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office, first as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, then as a Managing Attorney.

  • “Child Support Collections: Our experience in attaching payment of back wages and damage awards in a class action employment law matter,” OCDA Fall Training, October 2021
Professional and Civic

Professional Associations

  • Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
  • Ohio State Bar Association