Amber Train is the founder of the Train Law Firm, LLC and has been practicing law for over a decade. Ms. Train turned her focus to family law in 2004 and believes that by choosing to focus primarily on the special demands of family law, a deeper understanding of this multi-faceted area of the law is achieved. In addition to being a seasoned litigator, she is also trained in, and qualifed to practice as, a collaborative attorney.
Prior to 2004, she practiced complex corporate litigation in Washington DC after graduating from law school (magna cum laude) in 2000. She also served as law clerk to the Honorable Martha Vázquez, Chief Judge, United States District Court, New Mexico. Before attending college (summa cum laude), Ms. Train served for seven years active duty in the counter-intelligence field of the United States Marine Corps and was honorably discharged in 1997.
Previously, Ms. Train was a member of the Board of Directors of the New Mexico Family Law Section. Within the Section she was Chair of the Committee for Legislative Issues. She believes in giving back to her community and dedicates numerous hours to pro bono work as well as volunteering to assist pro se litigants in Family Law Court and conducting seminars about Family Law at the Santa Fe Community College. Cases in which Ms. Train successfully represented clients in family law matters have been covered by the local news as well as national television.
Ms. Train has been living happily in Santa Fe since 2005, along with her husband, a civil rights attorney, their son and two dogs.
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