Amber Tamborello is a litigation paralegal working for our public entity, employment, and professional liability practices. She focuses on civil rights, employment discrimination, land use, insurance bad faith, ERISA, long-term disability, accidental death and dismemberment, life insurance, health care, premises liability, and other civil and commercial litigation.
Amber handles overall case management, which includes document production, electronic discovery, drafting pleadings, discovery requests and responses, client interaction, witness interviews, legal research, and trial preparation. Amber assists the attorneys with whom she works in all aspects of litigation from proceedings before administrative agencies, to trial, and on appeal.
- American Bar Association, Approved Paralegal Certificate
Career Distinctions & Honors
- Phi Beta Kappa
Business & Community Service
- Advisory Committee for Paralegal Studies Department, Community College of Aurora
Articles & Presentations
- 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
1001 17th Street
Denver, CO 80202
Paralegal Certificate: Community College of Aurora, 2012
Georgia Military College, Kansas, Criminal Justice, 1997
Georgia College & State University