Amber Racine represents those severely injured by negligence and unsafe products. Ms. Racine received her Bachelor's degree in History & Politics from Drexel University where she was an A.J. Drexel Scholar. Ms. Racine entered Temple University's James E. Beasley School of Law in 2004 and attended classes in the evening while working fulltime as a paralegal at a litigation firm.
In 2008, she received her law degree and was awarded Distinguished Classroom Performance and Outstanding Oral Advocacy Awards.
Amber Racine is a member of the Executive Board of The Barristers' Association of Philadelphia. She is a past recipient of the Association’s President’s Award (2010), and was recently elected President-Elect for 2012-2013; she will begin her term as Barristers’ President in September 2013. Ms. Racine is also a member of The Legal Intelligencer’s Young Lawyer Editorial Board.
In 2011, The Legal Intelligencer named Amber a “Lawyer on the Fast Track”, an honor reserved for outstanding young attorneys on the road to becoming future leaders in the community as well as the legal profession. In 2012, she was named a “Super Lawyer – Rising Star” by Philadelphia Magazine, an award bestowed upon the top 2.5 percent of attorneys 40 years old or younger in Pennsylvania. In July 2012, The National Bar Association presented her with a Presidential Award for her service to the organization.
Ms. Racine is the co-author of two books, “The Library of Pennsylvania Personal Injury Forms” (Volumes I and II) and “Pennsylvania Causes of Action” (Volume I) – resource books presented by The Legal Intelligencer. Amber is also active in her community, volunteering with Philadelphia Futures as a mentor to local high school students.
Ms. Racine is admitted to practice in the state Courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, as well as in the Eastern and Middle Districts of Pennsylvania and the District Court of New Jersey. She is a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Association for Justice, the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association, the National Bar Association, and the Barristers' Association of Philadelphia.
Drexel University, A. J. Drexel Scholar, 2004
Temple University's James E. Beasley School of Law, 2008
Barristers' Association of Philadelphia, President Elect
Philadelphia Bar Association
Pennsylvania Association for Justice
Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association
National Bar Association