Amy Lambert

Collaborative Divorce Professionals Alliance

3401 Glenview Ave.
Austin, Texas 78703
United States
Office Phone: 512.472.9291
Member since 2007
Membership Type: IACP


Area(s) of Practice: Family Law (Collaborative Law, Mediation, and Arbitration); Assisted Reproduction (Donation Agreements and Gestational Surrogacy Agreements; and Estate Planning
License(s): State Bar of Texas, 2006

Professional Activities

Family Law Section of the Austin Bar Association, Chair (2012 – 2013), Director (2009 – 2014), Member (2006 - Present) State Bar of Texas Grievance Committee, District 9A, Member (2008 – 2014) Named as a Rising Star by Texas Monthly and Law & Politics Magazines (2009 – 2012, 2014 – 2016) Profiled in The National Jurist, Volume 18, No. 4 (January 2009) The Collaborative Roadmap, Co-editor (2007 – 2009) Collaborative Divorce Austin, Vice President and President-Elect (2017 – Present) Collaborative Divorce Texas, Member (2005 – Present) International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Member (2018 – Present) Basic Mediation certification (2006); Family Law Mediation certification (2008) Speaker, “Done is Better Than Perfect: Generating Collaborative Content for Social Media and Blogs”, Collaborative Law Course, State Bar of Texas, March 23, 2018 Speaker, “DO I HAVE TO DRINK THE KOOL-AID? Maintaining a Litigation and Collaborative Practice”, Advanced Family Law Course 2011, State Bar of Texas, August 4, 2011 Speaker, Practitioners of Collaborative Family Law monthly meeting (2009 – present) Co-author/Speaker, “What Young Lawyers Can Tell Us About the Movement”, Collaborative Law Course 2009, State Bar of Texas, March 26, 2009 Co-author/Speaker, “Unconventional Parenting Issues”, Parent-Child Relationships: Critical Thinking for Critical Issues, UT CLE, January 29 – 30, 2009 Author, “So I’m Trained . . . Now What?” the Collaborative Roadmap, Volume 1, No. 1, August 2007; reprinted in The Collaborative Review, Volume 9, Issue 2, Summer 2007

Undergraduate Education

The University of Texas at Austin

Professional Education

Texas Tech University School of Law