Amy Krupinski

Amy was awarded the President’s Award at the chapter’s annual meeting on July 15, 2020 by outgoing president James Street for her work as co-chair on the education committee, the annual conference planning committee and her service on the Board of Directors.

Amy is a partner at the St. Paul law firm of Collins, Buckley, Sauntry & Haugh and handles all family law matters including divorce, custody, parenting time, child support, orders for protection, spousal maintenance, post-divorce cases in a wide range of income levels.

Amy volunteers at the Safety Project for Tubman, the Volunteer Lawyers Network, and is actively involved with the Minnesota State and Ramsey County Bar Associations, Minnesota Women Lawyers and the Family Law League. Amy was also selected as a 2020 Rising Star and 2020 Up & Coming Attorney by Minnesota Lawyer.

Amy was an adjunct professor at Mitchell Hamline in criminal law in 2015 and in constitutional law from 2016-2017.  Following law school Amy served as law clerk to the Honorable Conrad I. Freeberg in Morrison County, where she was a member of the Drug Court Team, and for the Honorable Philip C. Carruthers in Hennepin County.  Amy graduated from William Mitchell College of Law.