Amanda L. Washington
Amanda Washington began working as an attorney at McGlynn, Glisson and
Mouton in 2013. She currently practices in the firm’s Pharmaceutical
and Medical Device Litigation Section. Amanda is a native of White Castle,
Louisiana. She earned her B.A. in Political Science/Pre-law, with minors
in Communications and English, from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette
in 2008. Amanda received her Juris Doctorate and Graduate Diploma in Comparative
Law from the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 2012, where she graduated
on the Chancellor’s List.
During her time at LSU Law, Amanda served as an LSU Law Ambassador as well
as a mentor to incoming students. Prior to joining the firm as an attorney,
Amanda clerked for partner, Daniel J. McGlynn for two years where she
gained a plethora of knowledge regarding harmful prescriptions drugs and
medical devices and the tumultuous effects they can have on innocent people.
This firsthand experience made her decision to represent those injured
by these drugs and devices a priority.
Amanda is admitted to practice before the Louisiana Supreme Court, all
state courts in Louisiana, the United States District Court of Louisiana
Middle District of Louisiana, the United States District Court Western
District of Louisiana, and the United States District Court Eastern District
of Louisiana. She is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association,
Baton Rouge Bar Association, American Association for Justice (AAJ) and
the Louisiana Association of Justice (LAJ).