Amanda L. Lundergan

Amanda received her B.A. in Political Science from Saint John Fisher College graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2005. She went on to receive her J.D. from Florida Coastal School of Law. During her time in school she was a member of the Moot Court Team competing as both brief writer and oralist.

Amanda graduated with a certificate in Environmental Law and a Pro Bono certificate for volunteering over 125 hours of community service to organizations like the Special Olympics and Habitat for Humanity. Amanda has interned for several companies and organizations including Gray Robinson, Gallo & Iacovangelo, and the Public Defender’s Office. 

Amanda practices in the areas of complex civil litigation, commercial and residential foreclosures, bankruptcy, Engle Tobacco litigation and general civil litigation. She has handled hundreds of litigation matters including trials, depositions and appeals. In May of 2012 she argued the preeminent foreclosure case, of Pino v. Bank of New York Mellon, before the Florida Supreme Court. Amanda is permitted to practice before all state courts of Florida and the United States Court for the Southern District of Florida.

Amanda has  been invited to lecture at the 2012 Consumer Law Training seminar with Florida Legal Services, Inc., in Tampa, FL.

Amanda was also a panelist at the Daily Business Review’s View from the Bench on Foreclosures and Civil Discovery May 24, 2013 in Miami, FL.

She was also a guest speaker at the University of Miami School of Law lecture on Public Interest and Foreclosure Law, in Miami, FL.

Additionally, Amanda was an invited speaker at the American Conference Institute’s 9th National Forum on “Residential Mortgage Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement”, September 27-28 at The Adolphus in Dallas, Texas.