Amy M. Kirkham
Amy M. Kirkham is a partner at Robb Leonard Mulvihill LLP, where she concentrates her practice in complex insurance coverage and extra-contractual insurance litigation. She has handled a number of litigation matters in state and federal courts where she has successfully represented clients at both trial and appellate levels in the areas of complex insurance coverage, class action defense, motor vehicle and premises liability, as well as commercial litigation.
Ms. Kirkham has been recognized as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, Rising Star from 2008 to 2016 in the areas of insurance coverage and civil litigation. Her notable cases include Farrel v. Regola, 150 A.3d 87 (Pa. Super. 2016), appeal denied 2017 WL 1397525 (Pa. 2017); Erie Insurance Exchange v. Catania, 95 A.3d 276 (Pa. Super. 2014); Erie Insurance Exchange v. Conley, 29 A.3d 389 (Pa. Super. 2011); and Weichey v. Marten, et. al., 2009 WL 3869663 (Butler Cty. 2009).
Ms. Kirkham received her Juris Doctor from Temple University, Beasley School of Law in 2003. At Temple, she earned distinguished class performances in Labor Law and Outstanding Oral Advocacy. She worked as a teaching assistant and a Certified Legal Intern for the Temple Legal Aid office. While in law school, she clerked for the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, providing support to senior-level attorneys in pending disciplinary actions.
She graduated with distinction from the Schreyer Honors College at The Pennsylvania State University in 1998. Immediately after college, Ms. Kirkham worked as a teacher in Maryland, where she taught middle school social studies.
Ms. Kirkham is admitted to practice before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. She is also admitted to practice in the State of Ohio. Her memberships include the Pennsylvania State Bar Association and Allegheny County Bar Association. In addition to her professional associations, Amy serves on an advisory committee for the Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater, a Division of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, which is dedicated to bringing diverse performing arts to children in the Pittsburgh area.
You may contact Ms. Kirkham at email@example.com.