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Amy M. Wilkins

Amy Wilkins has more than 17 years’ litigation experience. Before forming her own firm, she practiced at large national firms, including Kirkland & Ellis, Steptoe & Johnson, and Lewis and Roca, where she defended clients in commercial litigation, employment, securities litigation, and criminal disputes. Ms. Wilkins brings that big-firm litigation experience to her clients at The Wilkins Law Firm, which she founded in 2012.

As a member of Southwest Super Lawyers and Arizona’s Finest Lawyers, Amy has been recognized by her peers for her commitment to her clients. She is committed to obtaining the best possible result, whether that result will come from pursuing litigation or an appeal or pursuing a more pragmatic, solution-oriented approach. She believes that the client is best served by an advocate who is undaunted by a challenging case, yet who is willing to counsel and consult with the client about the best manner in which to meet these challenges. Amy is an engaging, professional lawyer with an excellent reputation in the Arizona law community. Call her to discuss whether she can help.

Education

J.D., University of Arizona College of Law, 2001
B.A, University of Arizona, 1995

Accomplishments and Awards

Editor-in Chief, Arizona Law Review
Order of the Coif
Magna cum laude
Distinguished Editor Award, Arizona Law Review
Outstanding Senior Award, University of Arizona College of Law
“10” out of 10 ranking, Avvo.com

Publications

A Practitioner’s Guide to Class Actions, Arizona Chapter (co-author with Robert B. Carey), Arizona Bar Association (2010)

Litigation 101: Tips for Taking an Out-of State Deposition, American Bar Association Litigation Section (2005)

Need ADR Training? Try These Options, American Bar Association, The Young Lawyer newsletter (2004)

Watch Out! Your Arbitration Clause Could Be Setting You Up to Arbitrate Class Actions, American Corporate Counsel Association newsletter (2003)

Destination Downtown, Valley Guide Quarterly (Fall 2010)

Phoenix Live!, Valley Guide Quarterly (Fall 2008)

D. Siegel, Secrets of Successful Websites (1997) (co-author of first 15 chapters)

NASCAR Weekend, Arizona Guide (Oct. 2011)