Founding Partner of Murray Law, a boutique firm specializing in asylum and human rights cases. In addition to working with her private clients, Amber is currently a supervising attorney with the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) where she has primarily assists interpreters from Afghanistan and Iraq safely arrive in the US. She also does pro bono work with both Syria Relief and Development (SRD) and the Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights (CAIR) Coalition. Previously, Amber did legal advocacy for the Treatment and Rehabilitation Center for Victims of Torture in Ramallah, Palestine. She has also traveled to Iraq and Ethiopia documenting human rights abuses in addition to filing complaints on behalf of victims in front of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and the United Nations Human Rights Council. She is also currently pursing civil cases against financiers of terrorism in US Federal Courts. While in law school she worked at the Law Offices of the Public Defender of Miami, the U.S. Department of Justice the U.S. Department of State in the Office of International Religious Freedom, and was a Public Interest Fellow at the Legal Aid Society of Miami-Dade County. She also co-founded Law Students for Human Rights, and was a member of the Intercultural Human Rights Law Review.