Amber N. Furdal
A zealous strategist with an acute attention to detail, Amber Furdal strives to provide clients with a tailored blueprint to properly navigate legal challenges in pursuit of their business objectives. As both a deal maker and litigator, Amber takes pride in collaboratively working with clients to find the most efficient and effective solutions to their disputes at all stages so they can get back to business.
Amber began her career by obtaining a degree in business administration with a focus on accounting. As an accounting and finance intern for both the International Management Group (“IMG”) and NASCAR/Charlotte Motor Speedway, Amber honed in on her business acumen and developed commercial finance skills. While attending law school, Ms. Furdal served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Judge Richard B. Teitelman of the Missouri Supreme Court. She then served as a law clerk for the University of Central Florida’s Office of the General Counsel, where she worked with University attorneys to advise and represent the Board of Trustees, President and other administrators, faculty and staff on complex contract and privacy issues, labor and employment disputes, and coordinated and implemented the University’s compliance efforts, Equal Opportunity Programs, and Americans with Disabilities Act administration.
Amber’s unique and tailored experiences provide her with a distinctive perspective with which she helps clients today. She thrives in working around challenges and hurdles each matter the same as if she were the business owner herself. This way, clients know they have a fierce advocate on their side.
High Point University, B.S.B.A., Business Administration, cum laude, with minors in Accounting and Strategic Communications
Washington University School of Law, J.D.
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
Moot Court (Wiley Rutledge Competition) Best Brief Award