Amanda Condon brings experience as an acting municipal court judge to her personal injury and criminal law practice. She has earned a “Superb” AVVO rating and has been recognized as one of the top 100 trial lawyers in the U.S. Prior to joining Dworken & Bernstein in 2014, she worked at a small boutique firm specializing in personal injury. Amanda also previously served as a Magistrate in Lyndhurst Municipal Court, and from 2005 to 2012, was a prosecutor in Ashtabula County Eastern and Western County Courts. Amanda is currently an Acting Judge in Painesville Municipal Court.
This experience gives Amanda a unique perspective to criminal matters, having served on all sides of a case.
She is also very committed to the community and has done several presentations over the years on Distracted Driving: Everybody’s Doing It and Why You Shouldn’t, Lake Erie college, 2015, OVi from start to Finish, Law Enforcement Presentation, 2011, 2012, Domestic Violence, Law Enforcement Presentation, 2008
Areas of Practice:
Education & Court Admissions:
Case Western Reserve University School of Law, 2000
Associations & Memberships:
Lake County Bar Association
Cleveland Academy of Trial Attorneys
Ohio Association for Justice
National Trial Lawyers
Leadership & Honors:
Trial Lawyers Top 100, 2014, 2015, 2016
AVVO rating Superb
American Heart Association, Executive Committee
Just Run Lake County, Board of Directors
Battle of the Briefcases, Harvest for Hunger Campaign for the Cleveland Food Bank, D&B Co-chair
Painesville City Board of Zoning Appeals
On a Personal Note:
Amanda loves running and has participated in many marathons including the New York City, Nashville, Detroit, Columbus, Toledo, Cleveland, Northern Ohio, Erie, VIA and Wineglass Marathons. She is a member of the North East Running Club.
She also loves to bake and read.