Amy Edmond is a native of Kansas City, Missouri, who moved to New Orleans in 1996 to attend Loyola University School of law and chose to make New Orleans her home. After practicing law for eleven years, Amy decided it was time to make her passion for real estate her career. The goal that she has for the company is to not just help the community with their real estate needs, but to take the time to give personal attention to each client.
Amy’s legal experience includes real estate transactions, family law, and personal injury. Before practicing law, she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from Missouri Valley College. She later earned her Juris Doctor from Loyola University School of Law. While in law school, Amy was involved in the Loyola Law Clinic, the Homeless Advocacy Program, was a semi-finalist in the Moot Court Oral Competition, and President of the Student Bar Association.
Amy’s professional licenses include being a Louisiana Resident Title Producer and she is licensed to practice law in Louisiana, Alabama, and Tennessee. She is a member of the American Land Title Association, Louisiana Land Title Association, Louisiana State Bar Association, Alabama State Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority, and a proud riding member of Muses.