Attorney Amy Smith The Wright Law Group, P.C.
Amy Smith is an associate attorney at The Wright Law Group, P.C. Amy earned her Bachelor’s degree Cum Laude from Dalton State College in Dalton, Georgia and her Juris Doctor from Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida. While in law school, Amy participated in moot court; and at graduation, she was recognized by the Florida State Bar for her extensive service to local government. Amy was also recognized for having completed more than 250 hours of pro bono legal work during her law school career.
During law school, Amy was admitted to practice law under the Georgia Law Student Practice Act, and worked with the Dalton, Georgia Public Defender’s Office where she represented indigent clients at all stages of criminal prosecution and appeal.
Amy Worked As a Law Clerk For The Nevada Attorney General’s Office
In 2017, Amy relocated to Las Vegas with her husband. Upon relocating to Las Vegas, Amy worked as a law clerk for the Nevada Attorney General’s Office where she clerked for both the Criminal Prosecution Unit and the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit. Amy later worked in administrative law, primarily handling worker’s compensation defense matters. In addition to her experience in criminal law, complex litigation, and administrative law, Amy has experience in real estate law including landlord-tenant disputes, bank foreclosures, HOA foreclosures, and HOA disputes. Amy has represented clients at both the trial court and the appellate level.
Since joining The Wright Law Group, P.C., Amy has focused her practice on serving the legal needs of landlords, property management companies, Homeowner’s Associations, business owners, contractors, and criminal defendants. Amy is admitted to practice in all Nevada state courts as well as the United States District Court for the District of Nevada.
Amy is a member of the Howard D. McKibben American Inn of Court. Outside of the office, Amy enjoys volunteering her time to further legal education here in Nevada. Amy is a senior attorney for Trial by Peers, a teen diversion program which seeks to keep teens out of the juvenile justice system. Additionally, Amy frequently volunteers as a judge for Moot Court and Mock Trial Competitions around the Las Vegas valley for high school, college, and law school students. Amy is married to her husband, Chris, and when not working, they enjoy traveling and trying new places to eat.
Amy can be reached by calling the office at (702) 405-0001 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Consultations are always free and confidential.