Amanda Wilcox Goodin joined Earthjustice in October 2008 after clerking for United States Court of Appeals Judge Diana Gribbon Motz in Baltimore, Maryland.
Amanda graduated summa cum laude from the New York University School of Law in 2007. During law school, Amanda was an Articles Editor for the NYU Law Review and published a note on the use of eminent domain.
Amanda graduated from Yale University in 2000 with a B.A. in music, and spent several years as a performing flautist and an Associate Director of VisionIntoArt, a start-up contemporary arts non-profit organization, before turning her attention to law.
When not litigating to protect the environment, Amanda can regularly be found playing Ultimate Frisbee or backpacking through the Sierras.
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