Amy Leifur Halby joined Bertrand, Fox, Elliot, Osman & Wenzel as an associate in 2013. Prior to joining Bertrand, Fox, Elliot, Osman & Wenzel, Ms. Halby began her legal career at a Bay Area litigation firm.
Ms. Halby graduated cum laude from San Francisco State University in 2008, earning her B.A. in Communications Studies and a certificate in Conflict Resolution with an emphasis on Legal and Political issues in the United States. Ms. Halby then obtained her Juris Doctor degree and a Public Interest Law Certificate with Honors from the University of San Francisco School of Law in 2012. While attending the University of San Francisco, Ms. Halby served as the Co-Chair for the Public Interest Law Foundation, as Case Counsel for USF Law’s Moot Court program, and as a certified law student for the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Clinic. During law school, Ms. Halby participated in several moot court and appellate advocacy competitions. She received an Outstanding Individual Achievement in Oral Argument Award from the Roger J. Traynor California Appellate Moot Court Competition and the Director’s Award from the USF Law Intensive Advocacy Program.
Ms. Halby has been an active member of the State Bar of California since 2012.