Amber Tamborello

Litigation Manager

Amber has over 25 years of experience in the legal field in multiple areas of litigation, including transportation, casualty, public entity, employment, professional liability, as well as other civil and commercial litigation. Given her vast experience in these areas, Amber is a critical member of the litigation team and assists lead counsel with overall case management and strategy.  This includes document production, electronic discovery, drafting pleadings, discovery requests and responses, client interaction, witness interviews, legal research, client counseling, and trial preparation. Amber also handles the use of trial software during the presentation and defense of the case and coordinates the many moving parts that accompany a trial.  She has significant trial experience in Colorado and Wyoming and also works on matters in New Mexico and Kansas.

In addition to her role as a Paralegal, Amber is the Litigation Manager for Hall & Evans, LLC. In this role, Amber oversees and directs the paralegal and legal assistant services at the Firm.  This includes staffing, training, educating, developing core competencies, conducting performance and compensation assessments, and directing workflow assignments to ensure the paralegal team at Hall & Evans performs to the highest standards and is efficiently and optimally utilized.

  • American Bar Association, Approved Paralegal Certificate
Career Distinctions & Honors
  • Dr. Linda & Roger Bowman Award for Instructional Excellence, Community College of Aurora, 2021
  • Phi Beta Kappa
Business & Community Service
  • Advisory Committee for Paralegal Studies Department, Community College of Aurora
Articles & Presentations
  • Co-Author and Presenter, “Keep the Train on the Tracks: Navigating Hazards Before the Lawsuit Even Starts,” May 2019
  • Presenter, “How to Effectively Utilize Staff,” Fort Collins Employee Retreat, June 2018
  • Co-Author, “Federal Trial: What a Paralegal Needs to Know,” National Business Institute Webinar, February 2017
  • Presenter, “How a Paralegal Can Enhance a Client’s Presentation in Federal Trials,” Clear Law Institute Webinar, April 2017


Denver Office
1001 17th Street
Suite 300
Denver, CO 80202


Paralegal Certificate: Community College of Aurora, 2012
Georgia Military College, Kansas, Criminal Justice, 1997
Georgia College & State University