Amanda Croushore's practice focuses on antitrust litigations and investigations. She has substantial experience representing corporations in antitrust class actions and civil and criminal investigations led by state and federal government agencies. Ms. Croushore has managed client compliance obligations, overseen discovery, worked with experts, and participated in proffers to the antitrust authorities. She has counseled clients in the automobile, publishing, and rail freight transportation industries.
Ms. Croushore also has significant experience representing pro bono clients. She successfully obtained asylum for a client in immigration court and conducted the cross-examination of an expert in a family court matter.
Before rejoining the firm in 2018, Ms. Croushore clerked for two years for Judge Vincent L. Briccetti of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. During her clerkship, she worked on five trials, including two Hague Convention cases, and assisted Judge Briccetti when he sat by designation on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. Ms. Croushore graduated cum laude from the University of Wisconsin Law School, where she was an Articles Editor for the International Law Journal and the winner of the Heffernan Moot Court Competition. She received her undergraduate degree from Vassar College.
- JD, University of Wisconsin Law School, 2009, cum laude
- BA, French and Political Science, Vassar College, 2002
- New York
- US District Court, Southern District of New York
- US District Court, Southern District of New York, The Honorable Vincent L. Briccetti
- Member, Associate Advisory Board, Brooklyn Defender Services, Family Defense Practice