Amanda Kuryluk is a 2007 graduate of Siena College's honors program where she earned a dual degree in Political Science and Spanish. She graduated from the Claude W. Pettit College of Law of Ohio Northern University in 2010, where she received her J.D. In law school, Amanda was an Associate Editor to the Ohio Northern Law Review Journal, a member of Phi Alpha Delta, worked as a research assistant, and was the recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship for Academic Excellence (2008-2010). During law school Amanda volunteered at Ohio Northern’s Legal Clinic, where she provided legal services in the areas of family law, social security disability, and other general civil litigation matters to the underserved and disadvantaged. For Amanda’s service to the legal clinic she earned a Pro Bono Certificate. Prior to joining Maguire Cardona, P.C., Amanda worked as an associate at a highly regarded law firm in the capital region. Amanda has experience in the areas of medical malpractice, products liability, premises liability, personal injury, and criminal law defense.
She is admitted to practice in the State of New York, State of New Jersey, the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York, and the Third Federal Circuit.
Amanda is a Fellow of the New York State Bar Association, the Capital District Trial Lawyers Association, the Capital District Women's Bar Association, and she currently serves as the co-chair of Albany County Bar Association's Young Lawyers Committee. She also serves as a mentor for Siena College's pre-law program and is a volunteer for the Bus Stop Club.