At Keller Postman, Amy’s practice focuses on product liability litigation. She currently works on the infant formula matter, in which the firm is representing parents of infants who suffered necrotizing enterocolitis after consuming cow’s milk-based products. Her work involves analyzing documents to build evidence in support of the plaintiffs’ position and synthesizing her findings into meaningful work product to be used as part of the firm’s litigation strategy.
Before joining Keller Postman, Amy focused her practice on the discovery phase of litigation where she gained experience working on a variety of matters, including pharmaceutical, commercial, and antitrust cases.
Outside of her work at the firm, Amy is passionate about rescuing animals from overcrowded shelters and finding them permanent homes. This fall she will be running in the 2023 Chicago Marathon as a charity participant on behalf of the Chicago-based rescue from where she adopted her own dog.
Amy attended the Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law as an Andrew Curtain Scholar, awarded for academic merit. While at Penn State, she was a member of the Family Law Clinic and the Civil Rights Appellate Clinic, where she worked on two U.S. Supreme Court cases. She was also a published editor of the Penn State Law Review. Amy earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, where she majored in Psychology and English.
Amy is licensed to practice law in Illinois only.
"I’m proud to be a part of a firm that does not shy away from challenging and complex cases, especially when those cases involve clients who have suffered devastating losses. It’s an honor to work on such personal matters and to have the opportunity to bring a level of skill and care to ensure these clients receive the best legal representation. "