Amanda Rieman Johnson received her business degree from Virginia Tech and is a proud Hokie. She obtained her juris doctorate from the University of Dayton School of Law in Ohio. Amanda then completed an online initiative from Harvard University and successfully received a passing grade in Contract Law, taught by a beneficial Professor of Law at Harvard Law School.
Amanda was voted BEST ATTORNEY in Culpeper’s “Best Of” Competition and was also nominated for Best Law Firm and Best New Business. She was a Virginia Supreme Court certified mediator for general district court and continues to be a guest judge by invite only at William and Mary Law School’s yearly Negotiation Tournament. Amanda is also listed as a “Who’s Who in America” representing Women in Law from the state of Virginia.
Amanda is a volunteer for the Fauquier County Food Distribution Coalition, a member of the Virginia State Bar, Culpeper Bar Association, Culpeper Chamber of Commerce, Virginia Women Attorneys Association, and National Association of Women Lawyers. Amanda is also a member of the Diversity Conference, which brings together Virginia State Bar members interested in promoting diversity and inclusion in the legal profession and ensuring that Virginia meets the legal needs of an increasingly diverse population. Amanda enjoys using her free time to tutor learners through the Culpeper Literacy Council, which has an objective to eradicate adult illiteracy in the local community. Amanda recently published her first children’s book, “The Pretty, Pretty (And Smart) Princess,” which can be found on Amazon.
Amanda was chosen to be featured on the cover of the 2021 edition of, “Faces of Culpeper”, magazine and was thrilled to be the only law firm/lawyer picked for the yearly publication.
Additionally, Amanda was featured in Culpeper’s, “Hometown Profiles”, magazine.
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Amanda was also nominated for the Culpeper Chamber of Commerce’s 106th Annual Meeting and Awards Show’s Young Professional of the year, which is a great honor. Amanda has been a guest on WJMA’s “Local Issues, Real People,” which is a Sunday morning program that focuses on members of the local communities, discussing issues that are important. Amanda joins the ranks of other business, government and community leaders, such as Congressman Eric Cantor, Governor Bob McDonald and Delegate Nick Frietas, who were also selected for this broadcast. Amanda was humbled WJMA reached out to AR Johnson Law. You can find the exclusive interview discussing her firm here: