Amoré is a candidate attorney in the litigation practice group of our firm. Amoré’s attention to detail, strong verbal skills and mental strength make her a valuable addition to the litigation group where she is involved in general litigation.
Amoré pursued her legal studies at the then Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. Throughout her school and university years, Amoré excelled academically by receiving academic colours at school and numerous distinctions at university. During her studies, she was employed as a student assistant to the then Dean of the Law Faculty, Professor Vivienne Lawack. Primarily researching in the field of banking law, this broadened Amoré’s view of the laws regulating the financial sector.
Originally from Cape Town, Amoré and her family relocated to Port Elizabeth where she matriculated in 2008. In Grade 12, Amoré was also crowned Miss Westering High School. In her time away from work, Amoré is seldom idle, and with a rather adventurous streak, she is often busying herself with zip lining and hiking with friends and family. She is also active in her church as a worship leader with the church band.
International Toastmaster’s Certificate
Candidate Attorneys Association of the Southern Eastern Cape
Greyvensteins Givers Gain Campaign