Kornreich & Associates
Kornreich & Associates
Amber Kornreich is a Partner at Kornreich & Associates practicing exclusively Family Law. Recognized as the Lynn Futch Most Productive Young Lawyer of the Year in 2018 by The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division, she is a passionate lawyer and leader in the Miami-Dade Bar and in local philanthropy, including as an Officer of the Miami-Dade Florida Association for Women Lawyers, as a Director of the Dade County Bar Association, and as President of The First Family Law American Inn of Court.
Amber exclusively practices marital and family law, representing high-profile business leaders, physicians, attorneys, CEOs, financial professionals, industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and their spouses.
She is the current President of The First Family Law American Inn of Court, an invitation-only association of Family Lawyers dedicated to civility and professionalism in the practice of law.
Amber is a graduate of the National Family Law Trial Institute, the nation’s leading trial program for family law attorneys, in addition to the Advanced American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Institute for Family Law Associates.
Her involvement with local bar associations is extensive, including service in the Miami-Dade Florida Association for Women Lawyers, where she is the current Treasurer and leads the Community Outreach Committee, and in the Dade County Bar Association, where she is a Director on Group 1, a Director of the Young Lawyers Section, and Co-Chair of the Dade Legal Aid Committee.
Amber has been selected as a Dade Legal Aid Leadership Academy Fellow and serves as the Co-Chair of the Dade County Bar Association’s Dade Legal Aid Committee.
As a technology enthusiast, Amber leads the firm’s adoption of new technologies to more effectively represent clients. She serves on the Florida Bar Family Law Section’s Technology Committee and contributes to the Section’s newsletter on topics such as the importance of using multiple screens for effective representation of clients on Court Hearings on Zoom and preserving the attorney-client privilege while working remotely. As COVID-19 changes the practice of law and business, she has spoken regularly at bar association and legal conferences on how to use technology to advocate for clients and serve the legal profession in virtual environments.