About Amy Cattle
Amy is an associate in our Dispute Resolution practice based in Washington, DC.
Amy advises clients on a range of cross-jurisdictional matters, including complex commercial litigations, investor-state arbitrations and global investigations.
Amy is also a member of our Global Sanctions and Trade group and counsels clients on compliance and enforcement issues related to economic sanctions, export controls, CFIUS, anti-bribery and white collar matters.
Prior to joining Freshfields, Amy was awarded a Fulbright grant to Uruguay and, through her work with her law school’s International Human Rights Clinic, assisted the UN Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons in defining the anti-trafficking due diligence obligations of States.
Amy speaks Spanish.
- JD, Duke University School of Law, cum laude; Senior Executive Editor, Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law.
- LLM in International & Comparative Law, Duke University School of Law, cum laude.
- BA, Vanderbilt University, cum laude.
- Admitted to practice in the State of New York and District of Columbia.