Amanda Webb, began her legal career before law school as a judicial intern in the 232nd District Court of Harris County for the Honorable Judge Mary Lou Keel. While still in law school, she clerked for the locally renown lawyers Stanley G. Schneider and W. Troy McKinney. After passing the bar exam she continued to work for Schneider & McKinney, P.C. and also began to work with another local DWI legend Ned Barnett. After several years Ms. Webb decided to make a change and begin a career as an Assistant District Attorney in Mongtomery County. After trying numerous felony and misdemeanor cases, being promoted to a Court Chief, running the Evironmental Crimes Division of the DA's office, being a member of the Brady committee and spear heading the Prescription Fraud Task Force, Ms. Webb decided to open her own law firm. At The Webb Firm, P.C., Ms. Webb dedicates her practice to ensuring that her clients rights are upheld and vigourously defended.