Amanda is dedicated to counseling investors, community development entities, developers and lenders on structuring and financing real estate transactions related to the use of development incentives.


Amanda has experience with historic rehabilitation and new markets tax credits at both the federal and state level, and has also provided counsel to investors in connection with renewable energy tax credits. Amanda assists nonprofit organizations in connection with their formation, application for tax-exempt status, and participation in tax credit transactions. 

Her prior experience is an asset to clients. Before joining Stinson, Amanda worked as a legal intern for the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, where she analyzed regulatory changes and market trends to determine the impacts on the financial industry.

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"Due Process Concerns in Section 8 Housing," 94 Washington University Law Review. 2, 2016

Professional & Civic Activities

Professional & Civic Activities

Illinois Bar Association

St. Louis Bar Association



  • Illinois, 2017
  • Missouri, 2018


Washington University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2017

  • Washington University Law Review, Staff Editor and Note Selection Committee
  • Concentration Certificate, Business Law

Cornell College, B.A., Mathematics and English, magna cum laude, 2014

  • Phi Beta Kappa
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