Amy has been practicing law exclusively in the area of Domestic Relations since 2003. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Dickinson College, graduating cum laude, with a double major in Sociology and Spanish. While at Dickinson, Amy was a Member of the Spanish Honor's Society, and also served as a Teaching Assistant and tutor.
Continuing her education at the Dickinson School of Law of Pennsylvania State University, Amy received her Juris Doctorate. At Pennsylvania State, Amy was selected to Appellate Moot Court Board, and also served on the ACLU's "Know Your Rights Campaign." Amy also met her husband Noah Weisberg, a fellow law student, at Pennsylvania State.
Over her many years of practice, Amy has been recognized by her peers for excellence in practice, being named as a Martindale Hubble SuperLawyers Rising Star, a Top Lawyer by Coastal Virginia Magazine, and one of the 10 Best Female Attorneys by the American Institute of Family Lawyers. Amy has also had the privilege of being a member of the prestigious I'anson Hoffman Inn of Courts.
Amy practices extensively in all the Courts of Hampton Roads, including Williamsburg, York County, Gloucester, Matthews County, York County/Poquoson, Hampton, Newport News and Suffolk.