Amanda provides counsel on all areas of Canadian immigration, citizenship and refugee law. She appears regularly before all levels of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada on behalf of clients, as well as represents clients before the Federal Court of Canada. Amanda has also testified before federal standing committees of the House of Commons and Senate, and was a member of the Federal Advisory Committee on International Students and Immigration.
Amanda is an active advocate for women’s rights, labour rights and migrant populations, and is a member of the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers and the Canadian Bar Association. She has worked with organizations such as the West Coast Legal Education and Action Fund and the BC Government and Service Employees Union and is involved with Vancouver’s Sanctuary City movement. Prior to her life as a lawyer, Amanda represented students at the national level, advocating for accessible post-secondary education. Amanda is fluent in Hungarian.