Amanda J. Hamilton began her career in Washington, D.C., first as a White House intern and then as a Presidential Appointee to the U.S. Department of State, where she worked in the Bureau of Public Affairs under the leadership of Secretary Condoleezza Rice. Ms. Hamilton returned to Illinois in 2008 and attended Northern Illinois University’s College of Law and Graduate School on a full merit and academic scholarship, earning both a J.D. and an MBA and graduating magna cum laude, building upon her undergraduate degrees in Economics, Business Administration, and Communication from Augustana College.
Ms. Hamilton concentrates her practice in the fields of professional liability, business and commercial law, and ethics. Ms. Hamilton has experience litigating civil and criminal matters in jury trials, bench trials, and appellate proceedings and has argued before the Illinois Appellate Court and the Illinois Supreme Court.Ms. Hamilton believes the best legal representation achieves exceptional results in a cost-effective manner through zealous advocacy, execution of a well-planned strategy, and a commitment to excellence throughout every step of the process.
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