Amber B. Barlow
Amber is an associate with Kuchler Polk Weiner ,LLC . Amber graduated magna cum laude from Mississippi College School of Law in 2012, receiving both a Juris Doctor and a Certificate in Civil Law. Prior to law school, Amber completed her undergraduate education in 2009 at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, graduating magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with minors in English, Classical Civilizations, and Sociology.
In law school, Amber served as Managing Editor of the Law Review, President of the Women’s Student Bar Association, Vice President of the Mississippi Defense Lawyer’s Association-Student Chapter, Law Student Bar Association Senator, and Mississippi College School of Law Honor Court Justice. She was awarded the Am Jur Award in Trial Practice taught by Presiding Mississippi Supreme Court Justice Jess Dickinson as well as receiving the Mississippi Defense Lawyer’s Association’s Outstanding Leadership Award. While in law school, she clerked for the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Staff Attorney’s Office and the Honorable Neil P. Olack, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Southern District of Mississippi.
Amber is licensed to practice in all Louisiana state courts as well as the United States District Court for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Louisiana. She is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel, the Defense Research Institute, the Federal Bar Association, and serves on the Board of Directors for the invitation-only Women’s Energy Network ("WEN"). Amber has served on various committees for the WEN National Conference over the years and was most recently selected to chair the 2019 WEN Conference Sponsorship Committee for WEN’s National Conference, which will be held in Denver, Colorado. Amber was also recently selected as a member of the Louisiana Association for Defense Counsel’s Young Lawyers Committee, which is committee created to work alongside the LADC Board of Directors to provide more participatory opportunities for young lawyers and their inclusion in the governance of the LADC.
Outside of the office, Amber is a member of the Junior League of New Orleans and serves as a writer for the Lagniappe Magazine, which is the quarterly magazine of the Junior League of New Orleans. In addition, she is an American Cancer Society (“ACS”) advocate and member of the ACS’ Auction & Revenue Enhancers Committee, having a hand in planning and hosting ACS' annual ball to raise funds to sustain further research, advocacy, education, and services.