Amber N. Crawford
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Amber is an Associate at Mann & Wooldridge, P.C. She received her J.D. from University of Georgia School of Law in May of 2017. While in law school, Amber worked as an intern with the Honorable Jeannette Little of the Troup County State Court, Coweta County Solicitor’s Office, Honorable Susan Tate of the Athens-Clarke County Probate Court, University of Georgia School of Law’s Family Violence Clinic, and the Northern Judicial Circuit’s District Attorney’s Office under the year-long Prosecutorial Clinic. Prior to law school, Amber worked as the Probates and Estates Deputy Clerk for the Honorable Marc D’Antonio of the Muscogee County Probate Court in Columbus, Georgia.
A native of Coweta County, Amber grew up in Moreland and graduated from East Coweta High School in Sharpsburg. Amber graduated magna cum laude from Columbus State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Business Management. She is thrilled to be back home, serving the community where she grew up.
Amber was sworn in to serve as a County Conservator and Administrator for the Coweta County Probate Court by the Honorable Mary Cranford, retired, in January of 2018, and again in January of 2020 by the Honorable Carrie Markham. Additionally, Amber serves as a guardian ad litem and court-appointed attorney in Probate Court, Juvenile, and Superior Court cases, representing the elderly, incapacitated, and minor children of Coweta County. Amber also serves as a co-chairman for the State Bar of Georgia’s Young Lawyers Division’s Estate and Elder Law section, which hosts First Responders Wills Clinics, providing pro-bono estate planning documents to First Responders and their spouses all across the state. She is a former Board Member for the Newnan/Coweta Bar Association.
University of Georgia, Class of 2017, J.D.
Columbus State University, Class of 2009, B.B.A., Magna Cum Laude
Lakeland, Florida, September 1988
Co-Chair, State Bar of Georgia’s Young Lawyers Division’s Estate and Elder Law section; Newnan/Coweta Bar Association; State Bar of Georgia; Supreme Court of Georgia; Georgia Court of Appeals; The United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia; United States District Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit