Amanda J. Dick


Amanda Dick focuses her practice in the area of energy transactional law. While in law school, Amanda worked as a teaching assistant for the Legal Process, Analysis, and Writing Department at the University of Arizona. In addition, she worked as a student attorney in the Civil Rights and Restoration Clinic representing multiple clients in court. She also worked as the Senior Managing Editor for the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law.

Representative Experience

  • Conducted extensive legal research in many areas of law including but not limited to: contracts, energy, professional liability, property, and securities
  • Prepared trial and client documents including demand letters, discovery requests, a motion to dismiss, a motion for summary judgment and brief in support, and exhibits
  • Drafted contractual and transaction documents

Licensed In

  • Colorado


  • J.D. University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
  • B.A. Florida Institute of Technology


  • Order of the Coif


  • CALI Awards: Administrative Law; Evidence; Legal Process; Analysis, Writing; Outstanding Performance in Legal Writing


  • “The Immature State of Our Union: Lack of Legal Entitlement to Prison Programming in the United States as Compared to European Countries,” 35 Ariz. J. Int’l & Comp. L. 287 (2018)
  • “Monarch v. Badlands: Colorado Bankruptcy Court Finds Midstream Agreements Run with the Land Under Utah Law,” Oil & Gas E-Report, Institute for Energy Law, Issue 4, December 2019

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