A native Mobilian, Amanda Herren began her legal career as an Assistant District Attorney with the Mobile County District Attorney’s Office. As a prosecutor, Amanda was an aggressive advocate for the victims of violent crime and their families – ensuring that their voices were heard in the pursuit of justice. She approached her job as a prosecutor with compassion for victims and an unwavering dedication to both the evidence and the law. She gained valuable trial experience while serving our community and making it safer. She has tried over 30 jury trials and joins Cunningham Bounds as a seasoned litigator.
Amanda’s practice focuses on personal injury litigation, including automobile and trucking accidents, industrial accidents, premises liability, products liability, and medical malpractice cases. She is a member of the Mobile Bar Association, American Association for Justice, Alabama Association for Justice, and the South Alabama Trial Lawyers Association.
Amanda earned her Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, from Harding University and her Juris Doctorate from Cumberland School of Law. While at Cumberland, she was a member of its National Trial Team, an editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy, and served as Assistant Director of the Trial Board.
Amanda actively volunteers in the community through her membership with the Junior League of Mobile. She is also a member of the Senior Bowl Committee, Fuse Project, and a Small Group Leader for Bible Study Fellowship.
- $450,000 jury verdict for a man who suffered a sternal fracture in a car crash
- $200,000 jury verdict for a man involved in a car crash
- Numerous other confidential settlements
Recognitions & Awards
- National Trial Advocacy Competition, 1st Place (2014)
- Selected to the Samford University Career Development Advisory Board 2014-2016