Samantha Amato - Winter Street Law Group

Samantha Amato

I attended my first year of law school at Regent University in Virginia and graduated from Western State University in Southern California. I studied entertainment law at Southwestern University, in Los Angeles and international negotiation and dispute resolutions at L’universitá la Sapienza in Rome, Italy in connection with Hamline University in Minnesota. During my last year in law school, I won the Witkin Award for the highest grade in my international transactions course.

After I passed both the Nevada and California bar exams, I moved back to Italy for six months where I interned at the international law firm Baker and McKenzie in Rome, while learning the Italian language and culture and reconnecting with both my mother and father’s family in Italy.

Upon my return, I began practicing entertainment law in Beverly Hills and opened my own law office in 2011. Later that year, I moved back home to Reno, where I began practicing immigration law. In 2014, I joined the now Winter Street Law Group team where I have been ever since.

I love being a lawyer. I take great pride in being a lawyer because it allows me to devote my career to helping others. Joining the now Winter Street Law Group was one of the best decisions of my life and I am truly blessed to be part of such incredible team.

Practice Areas:

Estate Planning, Immigration, Litigation, Probate, Business Law

Admitted to Practice:

Nevada State Courts, Nevada Federal and Bankruptcy Courts, California State and Superior Courts, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Accolades:

American Immigration Lawyers Association, Member Washoe County Bar Association, Member Nevada Bar Association, Member Trial Lawyers College, Graduate

Notable Cases


RentACenter v. Jackson

Palmer v. Pioneer

Jones v. Deeter

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