She focuses primarily on the formation and operation of domestic and offshore private investment funds, including hedge funds and private equity funds. Amanda assists fund sponsors in matters involving the formation, structuring and ongoing operation of domestic and offshore private equity funds and hedge funds. She also represents institutional investors in connection with their investments in private investment funds, including acquiring and selling those investments on the secondary market. As an Akin Gump Pro Bono Scholar, Amanda worked substantively with the firm's pro bono client Appleseed Network. During her time at Appleseed, Amanda advocated for immigration policy reform by highlighting the systemic and structural issues within the immigration court system. Amanda also assisted with examination of remittance transparency and disclosure issues. During law school at Howard University, Amanda was editor-in-chief of the Human Rights and Globalization Law Review, a publication dedicated to enhancing dialogue on global issues of social justice. Prior to joining Akin Gump, she was a senior associate with a Big Four accounting firm in Atlanta, Georgia.