Amber has always marched to the beat of her own drum & her approach to law is no different. She set out to prove you can be a good lawyer while still maintaining your humanity, humility, and humor. Guess it worked- Edge readers named her Best Attorney in East St. Tammany two years a row & most recently Top 40 Young Professionals Under 40. Since opening her doors, Amber launched a free small business webinar series infusing humor into legal topics beneficial to start ups and large brands. She is on the Board of EST Habitat for Humanity. Rather than hide behind her PTSD diagnosis, Amber has used it and her dog Tubbs as a platform to educate businesses and Northshore residents on service dog laws. In fact, she was published twice on the topic last year in legal magazines & hosts educational events.
While her main practice areas are family & business law, Amber’s passion is writing. She has been published nationally 20 times in legal and sport publications all while working at Sheppard Law and as of counsel at Stanley-Wallace Law. Amber utilizes her 16 years in strength sports as an assistant coach for Pope John Paul girls’ powerlifting team and head coach for Mississippi Barbell, a 501(c)(3) she founded while in law school. She meet directed the first olympic weightlifting meets in Mississippi & is the highest ranked female coach there. She had 9 state records as a powerlifter and has coached national medalists and American record holders. Amber loves dressing up Tubbs in costumes and attending WWE events.