Amanda Salter practices a wide variety of civil litigation representing both plaintiffs and defendants. Ms. Salter has a passion for delivering quality representation and building lasting client relationships.

Ms. Salter attended Stephen F. Austin State University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. She then received her law degree from UNT Dallas School of Law, where she was chosen to serve as the Vice President of the Student Bar Association for two years. While in law school, Ms. Salter was named to the Dean’s List, served on the executive boards of several student organizations, and volunteered for the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program. Ms. Salter also completed a semester at University of Houston Law Center where she focused on trial advocacy and civil litigation matters. She also had the opportunity to intern with the Dallas District Attorney’s Office, Organized Crime Unit, and extern with the Honorable John Roach, Jr. of the 296th District Court in Collin County, Texas.

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Ms. Salter was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 2020.