Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Amrhein worked in a small litigation firm, representing clients at both the district and superior-court level. Mr. Amrhein has handled insurance-defense matters as well as represented plaintiffs in civil cases.
Mr. Amrhein is a graduate of Suffolk University Law School and was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in November 2018. While at Suffolk Law, Mr. Amrhein was a member of the school’s National Trial Team, and was also a finalist in the school’s McLaughlin Appellate Advocacy Competition. As a first-year law student, Mr. Amrhein won the award for Best Oral Advocate.
Following his second year in law school, Mr. Amrhein clerked for the National Football League Management Council, which supports all of the NFL’s entities by providing legal counsel on a wide range of issues which include employment and labor relations matters and litigation management.
Mr. Amrhein attended Cornell University, where he played four years of Varsity Football. In 2012, Mr. Amrhein was named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week and ECAC Offensive Player of the Week after throwing for 523 yards in a 41-38 victory, at the time the 3rd highest single-game passing yards in Ivy League history. After finishing his collegiate football career, Mr. Amrhein participated in the Canadian Football League (CFL) training camp and preseason for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
Mr. Amrhein is from Hingham, Massachusetts. He currently lives in Boston’s North End.