ATTORNEY AT LAW
Amanda L. Rose is a graduate of Albany Law School and was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2012. After graduating law school, Amanda went into private practice until 2015, when she became the Attorney for the Fulton County Department of Social Services (DSS). As attorney for DSS, she prosecuted abuse and neglect matters for the Agency. Amanda decided to go back into private practice and opened her own firm in 2018. The Law Offices of Amanda L. Rose and Beth V. Kelly-May was formed when Attorney Beth Kelly- May became partners. Amanda continues to focus her practice on Matrimonial and Family Law, Criminal Matters, Real Estate, Civil Litigation, and Estate planning.
Amanda is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the New York State Defender's Association, and the Fulton County Bar Association. Amanda also taught Juvenile Delinquency, Criminal Law, and Constitutional Law as an adjunct professor at Fulton Montgomery Community College from 2011 to 2017.
Amanda was the recipient of the New York State Bar Association's President's Pro Bono Service Award for the Fourth Judicial District. This award is presented to an attorney who, through his or her dedication and pro bono service with the Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York has helped provide legal services to indigent clients.
- Albany Law School of Union University, Albany, New York
- Juris Doctorate
- University at Albany
- Major: Criminal Justice
- Major: Psychology
- New York, 2012
- New York Defender's Association, Member, 2018 to Present
- Fulton County Bar Association, Member, 2012 to Present
- New York State Bar Association, Member, 2012 to Present
Current Employment Position
- Matrimonial / Family Law
- Real Estate
- Criminal Law
- Civil Litigation
- Wills / Estate
- President's Pro Bono Service Award May 2019
Classes & Seminars
- Adjunct Professor, Fulton Montgomery Community College, Present
- Legal Aid Divorce Clinic , 2016 to Present
- Fulton County Public Defender, Assistant Public Defender, 2016 to 2020