Amanda Clark Legal Aid

Gemeinschaft und berufliche Zugehörigkeit: United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Financial Stability BoardJudgment of Human Services Planning JFS of Clermont CountyCincinnati Works Legal Advisory Committee. Gemeinschaft und berufliche Zugehörigkeit: Butler County Bar AssociationCincinnati Bar AssociationButler County Domestic Violence Coordinating CouncilFoster Care / Education Collaboration. Community and Professional Affiliation:Cincinnati Bar Association, Regional Training Committee Board of Directors, Bethany House Services` Social Services Advisory Committee Honors/Awards:Olender Fellowship Earl H. Davis Scholarship for Clinical Legal Work (2006) Mit über 30 Jahren Erfahrung in einem breiten Spektrum von Rechtsstreitigkeiten und Interessenvertretungen, die Menschen mit niedrigem Einkommen vertreten. Amanda is a member of the American Bar Association, Section of Labor and Employment Law, and the State and Local Government Bargaining and Employment Law Committee. She is co-author of annual reports for the State and Local Government Bargaining and Employment Law Committee, which analyzes nationwide developments in public sector complaint resolution and the use of technology for lawyers. She co-authored « The Future of Public Sector Bargaining: One Decision to Undo Them All » in 2014 for the Illinois Public Employee Relations Report. Admitted to the bar and court:Ohio, 2009Northern District of Ohio, 2000U.S. Tax Court, 2014 Community and Professional Affiliations:Governor’s Council on Juvenile Justice Community and Professional Affiliations:Survivor’s Ink, Board of DirectorsCincinnati Bar Association, Immigration Law Committee ChairAmerican Immigration Lawyers Association Community and Professional Affiliation:Butler County Bar AssociationOhio State Bar Association. Affiliation communautaire et professionnelle:Vorstandsmitglied, Over the Rhine Community Housing; Vizepräsident, Cincinnati Ultimate Players Association, Cincinnati Bar Association; Mitglied der National Low Income Housing Coalition; COHHIO-Mitglied; CALL (Cincinnati Academy of Leadership for Lawyers) Ehrungen und Auszeichnungen: Der Farabaugh-Preis für hohe Rechtswissenschaften an der Notre Dame Law School, 2019. Affiliation communautaire et professionnelle: American Immigration Lawyers Association, Ohio TreasurerOhio League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), Civil Rights Director (2015-2020) Sprachkenntnisse: Fließend in Französisch, Kenntnisse in Spanisch. Tätigkeitsbereiche:Wohnen/KonsumentKinder & Bildung· Sonderpädagogisches Recht Schuldisziplin Recht.

Gemeinschaft und berufliche Zugehörigkeit: Cincinnati Bar Association American Bar Association National Association of Consumer Advocates Adresse: Jones Day, 555 S Flower St, 50th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90071. Ehrungen/Auszeichnungen: Ohio Access to Justice Foundation Dennis J. Murphy Award Housing Opportunities Made Equal (Cincinnati) Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition Bevor sie zu Jones Day kam, arbeitete Amanda als studentische Mediatorin über die USC Mediation Clinic und übernahm Fälle der Los Angeles Small Claims Division, der Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) und des Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). Ausbildung:B.A., Cum Laude, Université d’État de l’Ohio; M.A., Université d’État de l’Ohio; J.D., Cum Laude, Université de Toledo Ehrungen/Auszeichnungen:Cincinnati Academy of Leadership for Lawyers, Class XVIII Practice areas:Housing/Consumer· MietwohnungenEinkommen/Arbeit/Gesundheit· Öffentlicher Nutzen Rechtliche Hürden überwinden (CLH) Affiliation communautaire et professionnelle: CBA-Vorstandsmitglied lokaler gemeinnütziger Organisationen, Family Housing Developers und Cincinnatians for Affordable Housing. Shriver Center Faculty CORT Faculty Practice Areas:Housing/Consumers· Apartment rentals· Unemployment BenefitsIncome/Work/Health Veterans Benefits Honors/Awards:University of Cincinnati Law Review (2017-2019)Human Rights Quarterly (2016-2019) Honors/Awards:Dolores K. Hanna Women in Law Award, 2017Theodore M. Berry Scholarship Award, 2021 Amanda received a Bachelor of Science in Politics and Government and Scandinavian Studies, Summa Laude, from North Park University. She received her Juris Doctor from IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law and obtained a Certificate in Labour and Labour Law from the Institute for Law and the Workplace. While at Chicago-Kent, Amanda was a student editor of the Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal and the Illinois Public Employee Relations Report.

Amanda maintains an active pro bono practice that represents survivors of human trafficking while requesting disclosure of their criminal records. Areas of activity:Housing & ConsumersChilds & Education. Amanda has represented employers in california wage and hour class action lawsuits in state and federal courts, as well as in class actions under the California Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA). She has experience in all phases of litigation and arbitration, including oral arguments, fact-finding, claims practice, testimony and discovery. Amanda`s team-centric approach is essential to ensuring clients achieve the most meaningful results possible, both inside and outside the courtroom. In addition to her litigation practice, Amanda helps employers advise them on their policies and practices to help them navigate California labor laws. Community and Professional Affiliation: Clarence Elkins Award 2017, Ohio Innocence Project Fellow, Ohio Innocence Project 2016-2017 The University of Cincinnati Law Review 2016-2018. Community and Professional Affiliation: Taft Museum of Art – President, ArtsWave Board of Directors – Cincinnati Bar Association National Academy of Construction Board You leave the California State Bar website and are redirected by a California licensed attorney to an external web address provided to the state bar. State Bar relies on attorneys to maintain accurate and up-to-date lists of websites and makes no warranties or other representations as to the accuracy, content or policies of external websites or for any link below.

Community and Professional Affiliation: Board Member, The Conscious Connect To access the site, click Go Now or disable your browser`s pop-up blocker. Community and professional affiliation: Ohio State Bar AssociationCincinnati Bar Association. Honors/Awards: Arthur Russell Morgan Fellow at the Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights at UC Law – 2015-2018. Board Member – Supports the Promotion of Honors/Awards for Low-Income Families (SELF): Ohio State Bar College, 2016Ohio State Bar, Leadership Academy, 2017. Affiliation communautaire et professionnelle:Mayerson Academy, Board of TrusteesCPS Special Education WorkGroup, ChairFreestoreFoodbank, Board of Trustees (1998 – 2013) Ehrungen/Auszeichnungen:2020 Ohio AILA Pro Bono Champion2018 – Zeuge vor dem Ständigen Unterausschuss für Untersuchungen des Senatsausschusses für Heimatschutz und Regierungsangelegenheiten als Experte für unbegleitete Minderjährige.2018 Annual Distinguished Hispanic Ohioan Awards Gala der Ohio Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs – Nuestra Familia Award RecipientJuni 2017 Justice in Motion – Woman Crush Wednesday Recognition2017 Ohio LULAC Woman of the Year Recipient2015 Dayton Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Advocate of the Year2015 Dayton LULAC Community Advocate Award Recipient Amanda Clark vertritt und berät Unternehmenskunden in komplexen Arbeits- und Arbeitsrechtsstreitigkeiten. Areas of activity:Children and education· Guardian ad LitemFamily/Immigration Community and Professional Affiliation: Alliance for Immigrant Women. B.S. Politics and Government & Scandinavian Studies, Admission to the Bar and Court: Ohio, 1996U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio Areas of Activity:Children & EducationInvention, Work & Health Honors/Awards:Equal Justice Works AmeriCorps Legal Fellow 2011-2013Human Rights Quarterly Managing Editor 2010-2011 Arthur Russell Morgan Human Rights Fellow 2008-2011 Your advocacy work on behalf of fire departments of all sizes regularly addresses Salary Issues, insurance, hours of work and comparability. Amanda has also conducted in-depth interest arbitrations for national bargaining units for protective services, as well as grievance arbitrations for public and private sector workers.

It is trained to ensure the enforcement of arbitral awards, to combat illegal dismissals and violations of employment contracts that protect whistleblowers, and to settle wage and hourly disputes. His experience includes extensive experience defending the Family Medical Leave Act and Title VII claims. Community and Professional Affiliation: Board Member, Community Development Corporations of Greater CincinnatiNational Association of Consumer AdvocatesEqual Justice WorksCincinnati Bar Association. Honors/Awards: 2020 Ohio Access to Justice Foundation Presidential Award Association of Fundraising Professionals 2020 Volunteer of the Year Award Cincinnati Bar Association Warrington Community Service Award Legal Aid Equal Justice Leadership Award Construction Industry Institute Leadership Award Membership in the National Academy of Construction.