Amy E. Norris
Top rated business litigation attorney in Washington, Washington DCNorris Law Group
Practice Areas: Business litigation, Civil litigation, Appellate; view more
Licensed in Washington DC since: 2014
Education: University of Oregon School of Law
Norris Law Group616 E St Northwest
Washington, DC 20004 Visit website
Amy E. Norris is a senior attorney in the Norris Law Group’s Washington, DC office. She focuses her practice on business, real estate, and consumer protection litigation. Before starting her own firm, Ms. Norris worked at the Department of Justice, U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia. During her time at DOJ, Ms. Norris prosecuted cases, representing the U.S. government in numerous hearings and two trials.
Before working at the DOJ, Ms. Norris litigated cases for small and large businesses. Ms. Norris has significant energy litigation experience, including contributing to the success of defending a $482 million claim for termination costs. Ms. Norris also has notable experience in real estate litigation, representing businesses and homeowners in contract disputes—and gaining large settlements.
Ms. Norris draws on her years of success before administrative agencies, state and federal trial courts, and courts of appeals to resolve issues quickly and create the best outcome for the client. Ms. Norris is a fierce court presence and is unencumbered by geographic boundaries or venue.
Practice areasBusiness litigation, Civil litigation: plaintiff, Appellate, Civil litigation: defense, Real estate: consumer
Appeals, Mortgage & refinance
First Admitted: 2014, Washington DC
Professional Webpage: http://www.norrislawgroup.org/Amy.html
Office location for Amy E. Norris
616 E St Northwest
Washington, DC 20004
- Rising Stars: 2022 - 2023
These comments were made by fellow attorneys during the annual nomination process.
“Ms. Norris is a top-notch civil litigator who is well-respected in the industry. I routinely recommend clients to her firm and know that she will give them excellent representation.”