Amanda Nelson serves as a Writing and Bluebook Editor for the Cumberland Law Review. Amanda is a May 2017 graduate of the University of Alabama where she earned her B.S. in Psychology.
At Cumberland, Amanda is a member of Women in Law, the Cumberland Public Interest and Community Service, and the Judge James Edwin Horton Inn of Court. Amanda has also previously served as a Caruthers Fellow. Amanda has received the CALI Scholar of Merit Award for Information, Technology and Law.
Amanda was a semifinalist in the 2020 Moot Court Donworth Competition and has been named to the Dean’s List each semester the List has been released.
Amanda enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time with her dogs.
Click here to read Amanda’s article concerning the Eleventh Circuit’s recent decision on Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceedings in In re Guillen and here for her casenote chosen for online publication discussing the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Romag Fasteners, Inc. v. Fossil, Inc.!