Amber Pritchard was born in Florida to a military family, and she was raised in North Carolina after living in Texas, California, and New York. Lured by tales of Bigfoot, western exploration, towering forests, and a vibrant and unconventional city culture, Amber dreamed of moving to Portland, Oregon. That dream came true when she was offered a Dean’s Scholarship at Lewis & Clark Law School. Amber is a wife, stepmom, runner, amateur gardener, fitness fiend, surfer, and snowboarder. She is also an avid sports fan, cheering for the Buffalo Bills and Sabres, North Carolina Tar Heels, and Portland Trail Blazers, Thorns, and Winterhawks.
Practice & Experience
Professional & Community Activities
Prior to law school, Amber served as an AmeriCorp Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) with the American Red Cross in Casper, Wyoming. As a VISTA, Amber connected families affected by natural disasters and home fires to community resources. During law school, Amber clerked with Mercy Corps, where her work focused on international employment matters. Following Mercy Corps, Amber worked for a national, plaintiff-side complex litigation firm specializing in subrogation matters.
Oregon Association of Defense Counsel
OGALLA – The LGBT Bar Association of Oregon
A Family for Every Child (AFFEC) Youth Mentor
Admitted to Practice
U.S. District Court, District of Oregon
J.D., Lewis & Clark Law School, 2021
B.A., Media & Journalism and English, University of North Carolina, 2016