Amber L. Anderson
Amber L. Anderson was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas where she attended and graduated from Trinity Valley School. Ms. Anderson received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee with degrees in Anthropology and Spanish. After taking a year off to work in Washington D.C. and traveling to El Salvador, Amber went to the University of Texas Law School in Austin where she received her law degree in 1997. At UT Law School, Ms. Anderson excelled in trial advocacy and received many awards and honors, including induction into the nationally recognized Order of the Barristers.
Ms. Anderson practices in the fields of personal injury law and wrongful death throughout the state of Texas. Amber has been an adjunct professor at Texas Wesleyan Law School and at South Texas College of Law, where she taught mock trial courses.
- Licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas
- State Bar of Texas Member
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association (TTLA) PAC Chair 2006 to 2008
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association (TTLA): Membership Chair 2002, Executive Committee 2003
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association (TTLA) Advocates Board: Chair 2003
- Tarrant County Trial Lawyers Association (TCTLA) President 2005
- American Association for Justice (AAJ) Member
- Adjunct Professor, Texas Wesleyan School of Law & South Texas College of Law
- National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS): Top Individual Fundraiser Houston to Austin, 2009, Top Individual Fundraiser San Antonio to Corpus Christi 2004, Top 20 Fundraiser Houston to Austin 2005, 300 Club Fundraiser Houston to Austin 2008.