Amanda H. Bøllehuus Arneson,
Amanda H. Bøllehuus Arneson assists the firm’s attorneys with casework.
Amanda is an evening student at American University Washington College of Law and expects to graduate in 2023. She has worked in immigration law since 2017. From 2015-2016, she worked at the Danish-American Foundation & Fulbright Commission, where she coordinated grants, and advised students and scholars about studies/research abroad. Amanda’s Master’s dissertation studied executive action and immigration, specifically related to the 2015 expansion of DACA, implementation of DAPA and new deportation priority policy. As a graduate student, she interned with the Public Affairs Section at the U.S. Embassy in Denmark, where she provided press assistance, maintained the embassy’s social media, and briefed senior staff on daily news. Amanda also interned at the Danish Broadcasting Corporation’s Foreign Desk in Washington, DC, where she researched material for news coverage. She is fluent in both the English and Danish languages, and has professional working proficiency in Swedish, Norwegian and German.
- American University Washington College of Law, J.D., (expected, 2023)
- University of Southern Denmark, M.A. in American Studies, 2015
- American University, graduate courses in Applied Politics, Fall 2014
- University of Copenhagen, B.A. in English, 2013
- Washington College, undergraduate courses in Political Science, Fall 2012
Prior Professional Experience
- Lichtman & Rosenblum, PLLC, Washington, DC
- The Danish-American Foundation & Fulbright Commission, Copenhagen, Denmark
- The Danish Broadcasting Corporation, Foreign Desk, Washington, DC
- U.S. Embassy Denmark, Copenhagen