Amanda Sturniolo Langford | Assistant District Attorney
Amanda Sturniolo Langford grew up in Greenwood, Mississippi, and graduated from Pillow Academy in 2008. She played soccer at Mississippi College where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration in 2012.
Amanda went on to earn her Master’s degree in Business Administration and her Juris Doctorate, from Mississippi College School of Law, both in 2015. During her time at MC Law, Amanda competed in numerous trial competitions, received the Dean Rosenblatt Leadership Award, and interned at the Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office, the Hinds County Public Defender’s Office, the Mississippi Supreme Court for the Honorable Ann H. Lamar, and the District Attorney’s Office for the 17th Circuit Court District where she was sworn into limited practice.
Amanda was admitted to the Mississippi Bar in 2015 and worked as Law Clerk for the Honorable Lee J. Howard, the Honorable James T. Kitchens, and the Honorable Lee S. Coleman in the 16th Circuit Court District. After clerking, Amanda joined the Winfield Law Firm, P.A. where she practiced criminal defense and insurance defense. Amanda joined the District Attorney’s Office for the Fourth District Circuit Court of Mississippi in 2018 and will primarily work out of the Leflore County Office in Greenwood, Mississippi.
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