Amanda P. Webster
Amanda Webster is a commercial litigator who draws on her background as an architectural designer to help developers, contractors and other clients in the construction industry solve legal conflicts that affect their business operations.
In addition to her experience in construction law, Amanda has assisted clients with higher education, white collar defense, and banking matters, as well as municipal, state, and private contract disputes.
Amanda was a summer associate for Saul Ewing in 2012 where she conducted legal research for litigation and transactional matters and assisted with real estate closings. She also clerked for the firm during her third year of law school, assisting in employment and intellectual property matters.
In law school, Amanda worked as a research assistant for two professors, performing research on the Fourth Amendment’s exclusionary rule and international legal topics, including the International Criminal Court prosecutions of Libyan war criminals and the fallout from the 1994 bombing of the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association building in Buenos Aires. Amanda also acted as a peer mentor and teaching assistant, and interned at the Circuit Court for Baltimore County.
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