Amanda Breen has been an attorney in Ketchum since 2005. A graduate of Stanford University, the University of Utah, and University College London, Amanda is the principal attorney at Amanda Breen Law, PLLC. Her practice includes civil litigation, business formation & counseling, immigration, and family law.
Amanda provides legal counsel to start-up and established businesses, and to local and international non-profit organizations. She also represents employers and employees in various employment law issues, including employment discrimination claims. Amanda is an experienced litigator in state and federal courts, successfully representing individual and corporate clients in contract and real estate disputes. On the federal level, she spearheaded a series of innovative federal immigration cases for Iraqi and Iranian refugees living in Idaho. Amanda also regularly delivers seminars on real estate law and landlord-tenant issues to various groups statewide. While living in London, Amanda was a campaigner and researcher for an influential NGO campaigning for responsible investment. Amanda frequently met with Members of Parliament, chairpersons and CEOs of major corporations, and fund managers to advocate for better corporate social responsibility.
Outside of her law practice, Amanda has consistently served the Wood River Valley community, including as a board member of The Advocates for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, a founding board member and attorney for the Blaine County Drug Court, and a commissioner on the Ketchum Historic Preservation Commission. When she is not working at her new office on Walnut Street in Ketchum, Amanda is usually outside trail running, skiing or enjoying the Sun Valley lifestyle with her husband and her two-year-old son.