Amanda Kay Mannshahia is an associate with Law + Brandmeyer. She earned her juris doctorate in 2021 from Loyola Law School Los Angeles, where she honed her trial advocacy skills in the Hobbs Poehls District Attorney Practicum. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of California at San Diego and her Master of Arts at San Francisco State University, where she was awarded the Graduate Equity Fellowship.
Prior to joining Law + Brandmeyer, Amanda applied her passion for social justice work Ito criminal litigation. Her first years of criminal practice where shaped in two of the largest and fastest paced criminal jurisdictions in the country: Los Angeles County and the Bronx, New York. Amanda credits her work for both the District Attorney and Public Defender’s office for her astute ability to advocate for each and every client no matter what they’re accused of or whom their accuser may be. As a new attorney molded in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, Amanda appreciates the importance of maintaining the integrity of the legal profession while navigating the ever-changing legal practice.
Amanda is licensed to practice in California.