Brittany Dryer, Amanda Stanzione, and Tish Sahner recognized for pro bono contributions.
Amanda Stanzione is an associate in the New York office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the Litigation & Trial Department.
Ms. Stanzione primarily represents clients in internal investigations and investigations by federal and international regulators. She also represents clients in complex commercial litigation, securities litigation, and contested bankruptcy and restructuring proceedings. Ms. Stanzione has represented clients in multiple jurisdictions in connection with both statutory and common law causes of action.
Ms. Stanzione has contributed to all aspects of litigation in both federal and state court. Her experience includes witness preparation, managing discovery, motion practice, and participation in depositions, hearings, and trials.
Ms. Stanzione is currently a member of the firm's Pro Bono Committee, and is an active member of the pro bono program. She also serves as a coordinator of the Violence Against Women Act program, which helps survivors of gender violence to gain legal permanent resident status in the United States. In addition to several immigration matters, Ms. Stanzione’s pro bono practice has also included the representation of veterans with disabilities, sex trafficking victims, and victims of sexual orientation-based discrimination.
Ms. Stanzione earned her JD from the University of Virginia School of Law, where she participated in the Criminal Defense Clinic and was a summer intern at a boutique immigration law firm in New York. Ms. Stanzione earned her BA in Psychology, with a minor in Criminal Justice, at the University of Connecticut, where she graduated magna cum laude, with Honors and Phi Beta Kappa.