Amber R. O’Connell defends commercial and institutional clients, as well as auto insurers, across a wide variety of matters, including those related to construction defects, auto and trucking accidents, negligence and premises liability cases.
Amber approaches litigation with an abundance of care, recognizing that lawsuits can present a great deal of stress for those involved. With experience counseling a large restaurant chain on an array of matters, including premises liability and high-exposure shooting and negligent security cases, she knows the importance of prioritizing transparency and keeping clients well informed throughout all steps of the case. Amber is committed to understanding her clients’ objectives and devises strategies unique to each client to achieve those objectives in an efficient manner.
Previously, Amber served as a judicial staff attorney for the Enotah Judicial Circuit Superior Courts for Judge Murphy C. Miller, Judge Joy R. Parks, Judge Raymond E. George and Judge N. Stanley Gunter. Through this role, she gained valuable insight into the court’s decision-making process and its day-to-day functions, which she leverages to obtain favorable results in litigation for her clients.
Amber is barred in both Georgia and Florida. She earned her J.D. from the University of Georgia School of Law and her B.S. from the University of Florida.
- State Bar of Georgia, Young Lawyers Division
Outside of work, Amber enjoys walking the Atlanta Beltline and cheering on her favorite college football teams. She also has a rescue Vizsla-pit mix named Toby.
University of Georgia School of Law (J.D., 2017)
University of Florida (B.S., 2014)