Amanda Inglesh focuses on arts and entertainment, intellectual property, and business litigation. She has a broad range of experience in both transactional and litigation matters involving music and the visual arts.
Her experience includes drafting producer and recording agreements, copyright and trademark enforcement, breach of contract claims, reviewing publishing deals, and business entity formation. Additionally, Amanda provided pro bono services at Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, where she worked on contract negotiations, corporate governance issues, and intellectual property disputes.
Amanda earned her J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where she concentrated in intellectual property law and received the Dean’s Merit Scholarship. There, she served as a Staff Editor for the Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal (AELJ) and organized the Women in Entertainment panel as the Vice President of the Cardozo Entertainment Law Society. Throughout law school, she worked for music law firms and a commercial litigation firm.
In 2021, Amanda was published in the Cardozo AELJ on a music copyright damages issue related to the copyright infringement case Marcus Gray et. al. v. Katy Perry et. al. She was also published in the ABA Communications Journal on the 2020 California deep fake laws and their various implications.
Amanda received her B.A. in Communications and Writing from the University of Michigan. There, she participated in a student-run record label on campus. In her free time, she enjoys attending music events and comedy shows
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D. (2021)
University of Michigan, B.A., Communications and Writing (2018)
New York State Bar (2022)
U.S. District Court — Eastern District of New York (2022)
U.S. District Court — Southern District of New York (2022)