Amy R. Rodes is an associate attorney in the Municipal Law and Litigation practice groups of Best Best & Krieger LLP’s Los Angeles office. She represents public clients in general municipal litigation matters and also provides general legal advice to cities and special districts. Ms. Rodes’ litigation practice focuses on police issues, including Pitchess motions, state and federal civil rights, code enforcement, and public safety litigation. She currently serves a deputy city attorney for the cities of Covina and Arcadia. Ms. Rodes joined the firm after working for Best Best & Krieger as a summer associate.
Ms. Rodes graduated from Notre Dame Law School where she was the managing editor of the Notre Dame Journal of Legislation. While in law school, she interned in the South Bend, Indiana City Attorney’s Office where she gained experience working on issues related to redevelopment law and code enforcement.
Ms. Rodes earned her Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, from Albion College in Michigan with majors in History and Economics and a concentration in Public Policy from the Gerald. R. Ford Institute of Public Policy and Service.
Ms. Rodes is a native of Muskegon, Michigan and currently resides in Playa Vista, California with her husband.