Amy Pritchard joined the law school faculty in 2013. She directs and teaches the Consumer Protection Clinic, where student attorneys represent low-income individuals who are facing foreclosure, eviction, housing instability, fraud, unfair or deceptive trade practices, and problems with credit reports and credit access.
Professor Pritchard began her legal career as a staff attorney with Legal Aid of Arkansas, where she handled a range of civil cases and helped develop a statewide medical-legal partnership with Arkansas Children’s Hospital. She graduated with honors from Seattle University School of Law where she was an inaugural recipient of the school’s Scholars for Justice Award. While at Seattle University, she was the executive editor of the Seattle Journal for Social Justice and the president of the Public Interest Law Foundation.