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 Childrenâ€™s Hospital. She graduated with honors from Seattle University School of Law where she was an inaugural recipient of the schoolâ€™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.