Amber Leal was born and raised in Edmond where she graduated from Edmond Memorial High School in 2009. She then attended Western Colorado University, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology while minoring in Sociology and Politics and Government. After graduating in 2014, Amber moved back home so she could attend Oklahoma City University School of Law. While at OCU Law, Amber served as President of Poverty Law, Treasurer of the Federal Bar Association, and was a Pro Bono Award recipient all three years of attendance.
After graduating law school, Amber worked as an Assistant Public Defender in the Oklahoma County Public Defender’s Office for just shy of 3 years. During her time at the Public Defender’s office, she represented individuals with crimes ranging from minor felonies to Murder in the First Degree. She took a dozen cases to jury trial and secured many other victories for her clients.
Fighting for justice was the guiding factor when Amber chose to attend law school. Her goal is to ensure her clients receive fair treatment and the utmost care.