Since March, Amy has organized and moderated 13 DBA sponsored webinars to discuss various issues affecting the lives of lawyers due to the pandemic. Topics range from race relations in the wake of the George Floyd murder, mental health and wellness, work life management for moms and dads, the future of virtual and live criminal and civil trials, the reopening of local law schools, and most recently, the plight of our local sports organizations’ legal counsel with COVID. Recordings of the presentations can be found on the DBA’s website.
“Thank you to the Dallas Bar for this recognition and their support of ‘Rona Pep Talks,” Amy said. “During this extraordinary time, I wanted the ‘Rona Talks to be a positive outlet for our legal community. I have enjoyed reconnecting with friends in the industry as well as making new connections. A special thank you to President Tobey, Alicia Hernandez, Kathryn Zack, and Yedenia Hinojos at the DBA for helping me create this series over the last seven months.”
This is the second time Amy has won a DBA Presidential Citation. Back in 2019, Amy was honored with a citation for organizing programming related to highlighting the impact of women legal leaders through her Pioneering Women Series, and assisting with initiatives led by President Laura Benitez Geisler, including the Life Skills for Lawyers series. Amy is also a board member of the DBA, a member of its Coronavirus Task Force, and a member of the 2020 DBA and Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program’s Equal Access to Justice Campaign.
Amy has also been honored with the 2020 Texas Minority Counsel Program’s Trailblazer of the Year Award, 2021 Best Lawyers in America, 2020 America’s Top 100 Personal Injury Attorneys, 2020 National Black Lawyers Top 100, 2019 Dallas Business Journal Minority Business Owner Award, 2019 Top 50 Women Lawyers in Texas, 2019 American Bar Association 100 Women Who Inspire Us Award, and is a five-time Super Lawyers honoree.
Further, Amy serves in leadership roles as a Council member of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation, member of the Dallas Steering Committee of the Diverse Attorney Pipeline Program’s DAPP Direct initiative, and member of the Allied Dallas Bars’ Equality Taskforce. She has also authored a chapter entitled “Be Your on Advocate By Negotiating Fair Compensation” in the book, Her Story: Lessons in Success From Lawyers Who Live It.
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Established in Dallas in 2017, Stewart Law Group PLLC, is one of the State’s only certified minority and woman-owned law firms focused on delivering successful outcomes for its business clients involved with general civil litigation, labor and employment, contracts, product liability, arbitrations, personal injury, and insurance defense. Bringing a culturally diverse and client focused perspective to the legal practice, the firm has been at the forefront of ground-breaking litigation.