Mediator, LeBlanc Law & Mediation
Amanda LeBlanc is an attorney and mediator at LeBlanc Law and Mediation, practicing in the areas of employment and labor law with an emphasis on alternative dispute resolution. She is also a Rule 114-qualified civil and family mediator. Amanda received her J.D. from Hamline University School of Law, graduating with certificates in advocacy and problem solving as well as global arbitration law and practice. Before attending law school, she earned degrees in psychology and human development and family studies from the University of Wisconsin, and worked with children and families in a variety of educational, community and research settings. In addition to previously coaching the Hamline arbitration team, Amanda has been an adjunct professor at Mitchell Hamline, teaching courses including Negotiation, Theories of Conflict and Bar Prep Strategies.
Amanda LeBlanc @mitchellhamline.edu