Amy K. LenceskiAssociateAmy graduated with distinction from Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky in 1996, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts with double majors in Economics and Philosophy. After working in retail management, Amy sought a second career and entered law school in 2009. She attended Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis and earned her Doctorate of Jurisprudence in 2013.
Amy's extensive legal work while in law school included serving the Marion County Prosecutor's Office and the Child Advocacy Center as a Legal Intern. She was also a Law Clerk for a local personal injury firm. Additionally, Amy worked for the Center for Victim and Human Rights, Catholic Charities of Indianapolis, the Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council, and Indiana University's Wrongful Conviction Clinic. Amy was involved in several of the student organizations at the law school including the Dean's Tutorial Society, the Christian Legal Society, the Hispanic Law Society, and the St. Thomas More Society. She was awarded the Norman Lefstein Gold Award of Excellence for her Pro Bono service while in law school.
Amy was admitted to the Indiana State Bar in October 2013. She began her work as an attorney in the Indiana Small Claims Courts, representing landlords and property owners. Amy joined Landman Beatty in December, 2014, and practices in the areas of landlord and tenant law, evictions, collections, and fair housing compliance. She also represents property management companies and property owners against claims of housing discrimination before the Indiana Civil Rights Commission. She is a licensed Real Estate Broker, an affiliate member of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Board of Realtors, and a member of the Indiana Creditors Bar Association.
9100 Keystone Crossing, Suite 870
Post Office Box 40960
Indianapolis, IN 46240
P: (317) 236-1040
F: (317) 236-1049
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