Amanda M. Rokita, ESQ. is an attorney and founder of Rokita Law P.C, a boutique law firm.
About Amanda Rokita, Esq.
As a successful entrepreneur, Amanda understands the unique qualities required to succeed in the business world. She takes bold risks and challenges convention, fearlessly facing adversity and the unknown to bring her vision to life. Amanda is passionate about her work, using her expertise to safeguard small business owners and their assets. Her clients benefit from her innovative problem-solving abilities and tailored strategic solutions, designed to meet their individual needs. A staunch advocate, Amanda tirelessly stands up for her clients and provides legal advice that enables individuals and businesses to achieve their goals with ease.
Background, Education & Admissions
Amanda holds a Juris Doctor degree from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles (CA) and a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College. Her extensive education has equipped her with a strong foundation of knowledge in law. While attending law school, Amanda externed at the Los Angeles Law Library, where she created a comprehensive research guide on the process of criminal record expungement. This guide can be accessed at the Los Angeles Law Library.
- California State Bar
- United States District Court—Central District of California
During her initial year as a practicing attorney, Amanda was selected as one of the twelve attorneys chosen throughout California to join the Los Angeles Incubator Consortium Program, a partnership created among various Los Angeles law schools to support and assist law school graduates in starting their own solo, small firm, or non-profit practices.
Amanda has a proven track record. She has experience litigating numerous multi-million dollar cases for small businesses and property owners across California. Since 2014, Ms. Rokita has assisted businesses seeking cannabis licensing applications, including one of the first applications for a medical marijuana cultivation facility license in Desert Hot Springs, CA, the first city in Southern California to legalize large-scale medical marijuana cultivation.
In her spare time, she indulges her love of animals as a proud parent to two rescue dogs, Pedro and Lulu. When she’s not in the office or with her dogs, you can find Amanda soaking up the sun at the beach or on her travels.
Non-Profit & Volunteering
Amanda’s dedication to the legal community extends beyond her professional work as an attorney. She is a founding board member of Lawyers ACT (Lawyers and Communities Together), a non-profit organization. In addition, Amanda has also given her time and expertise by volunteering with the Legal Aid Foundation, Los Angeles.
Amanda’s impressive track record has earned her prestigious awards, including the SuperLawyers Rising Star in both 2022 and 2023. This recognition is given to the top lawyers under 40 and is only awarded to the top 2.5% of legal professionals in California.
Her commitment to the field of law is further demonstrated by her membership in several prestigious organizations.
- LA County Bar Association
- Women’s Lawyers Association of Los Angeles
- Beverly Hills Bar Association
- Lawyers ACT
In February 2020, she participated in a CEB LAW webinar titled “The Business of Law-Building Professional Confidence.” Additionally, she wrote the “Criminal Record Expungement Guide” for the Los Angeles Law Library, which was published in May 2014.
- Los Angeles County Bar Association
Member Since: 2019
Small Firms/Sole Practitioner Section-Membership Committee - Chair Executive Committee Member
- Lawyers ACT (Lawyers and Communities Together)
Member Since: 2019
Founding Board Member
- Southwestern University School of Law - J.D. - 2016
- Columbia College - B.A.