Amy is an Associate in the firm’s Business Litigation and Trade Secret Protection and Non-Compete Practice Groups. She focuses her practice on commercial and complex civil litigation, including breach of contract litigation and contract interpretation disputes. Amy litigates all types of breach of contract claims, including, but not limited to, commercial contract disputes, employee/employer disputes, shareholder or partnership agreements, vendor to vendor disputes, and disputes relating to the ownership of intellectual property.
Prior to joining Archer, Amy served as a law clerk for the Hon. Michael J. Haas, J.A.D., Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division. She also served as an intern for the Hon. Thomas N. O’Neill, Jr., S.U.S.D.J., Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
During law school, Amy served as a teaching assistant to the first year legal research and writing program, and as an Executive Editor to the Rutgers University Law Review. She was a finalist in the Honorable James Hunter III Moot Court Competition and received the Best Brief Award for her written advocacy. Notably, Amy was salutatorian of her graduating class.
Awards and Recognition
- Order of the Coif
- Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award, Rutgers Law School (2018)
- Dean’s Academic Excellence Scholarship, Rutgers Law School
Articles and Presentations
- Amy E. Pearl, Comment, New Mexico Supreme Court Upholds Criminal Assisted Suicide Statute, Declines to Find Fundamental Right to Physician Aid in Dying, 70 Rutgers U. L. Rev. 1015 (2018).