Amanda Condon brings experience as a 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
AVVO rating Superb
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.