Amy Marino focuses her practice on class action and employment matters.
Ms. Marino earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Yale University and a Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. In law school, she received a full academic honors scholarship and earned several awards for her academic performance, leadership, and strong commitment to service activities. She served as a team leader for the Just the Beginning Foundation, a program designed to teach high school students about careers in the law, and she was the student coordinator for "From Redlining to White Flight," a program about the history of residential segregation in the United States. She also supplemented her classroom education with judicial internships in the Genesee County Circuit Court and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, as well as volunteering at the State Appellate Defender Office and completing an externship as a student attorney at the Legal Aid & Defender Association.