Amanda Fulton was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, located in Canada’s picturesque Rocky Mountains. She graduated from the University of Calgary, cum laude, where she earned a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in Law & Society, alongside a minor in Business from the Haskayne School of Business in 2008. After relocating to Houston, Amanda subsequently obtained both her Juris Doctorate degree at South Texas College of Law and her Mediation Certificate through the Frank Evans Center for Conflict Resolution.

During her tenure at STCL, Amanda interned at a prominent plaintiff’s firm working on high-profile class action lawsuits. Amanda spent a summer abroad in Valetta, Malta studying cross cultural negotiation and mediation. Additionally, Amanda also participated in the Actual Innocence Clinic, Animal Law Clinic and Mediation Clinic.

Before joining the Chad T. Wilson Law Firm, Amanda owned and operated her own criminal defense firm, aggressively defending fellow citizen’s accused of criminal wrong-doings. While in this role, Amanda tried many high-stake cases to verdict throughout multiple counties in South Texas. Not only is Amanda a zealous trial attorney, she is a loving wife and mother of two who has a passion for assisting her clients in their time of need.

Amanda is a member of the State Bar of Texas, Houston Bar Association, Fort Bend Bar Association and Galveston Bar Association. She is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for both the Southern and Eastern Districts, as well as the Supreme Court of the United States.