A graduate of Texas Tech University School of Law, Amber focused her law practice in the following areas of law: Oil and Gas Title Examination, Mineral Receiverships, Creditor/Debtor/Business Bankruptcy, Oil and Gas Bankruptcy Litigation, Credit Negotiations and Settlement, Mediation, and Wills, Trusts and Probate. She has experience in written and stand up title examination in various States. She frequently participates in Estate Planning by drafting complex Wills, Trusts and offering services of Probate Litigation. Additionally, she represents various Oil and Gas Companies in Bankruptcy Litigation throughout the four US Federal District Courts of Texas.
While working toward her Bachelors of International Studies, Amber attended Tec de Monterrey in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, to complete her minor in Spanish. She returned to Mexico to attend Universidad de Guanajuato in Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico, to complete law courses as part of her law curriculum at Texas Tech University School of Law. She welcomes the opportunity to practice and continue her education of Spanish through her volunteer work with Legal Aid, offering legal aid to Spanish speaking residents.
Since licensed in 2007, Amber has served her community in the following capacities: Task Force for Indigent Defense, (co-published Indigent Defense in the Texas Juvenile Justice System); Assistant District Attorney, Lubbock County (Juvenile Division, 2007); Certified Ad Litem for Probate and Receiverships for Hays, Lubbock, Tarrant, Smith and Gregg Counties (2007-2013); and she continues to volunteer in consulting for Probate and Bankruptcy Law for Legal Aid of Northwest Texas.