Amy Lane Carst

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Amy: Copywriter

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Amy Carst is a writer, speaker, and passionate advocate for human rights, both at home and on a global scale. She travels extensively, interviewing people from diverse backgrounds, races, and cultures. Many of her interviewees are widely stigmatized by society—refugees, addicts, atheists, communists, the devoutly religious, the ultra-wealthy, and the ultra-poor. Amy has lived and worked in Africa, reported from refugee camps in the Middle East, and documented the scars of war still painfully visible in places like Bosnia and Laos.

Amy has extensive experience writing for law firms of all sizes and across all practice areas. She is well versed in every area of the law and how to effectively optimize content, driving traffic directly to the client’s site. In addition to producing web content, blogs, newsletters, and articles for high-profile, multi-national, and small boutique law firms across the country, she writes regularly for peer review publications such as Best Lawyers.

In addition to her book, Expand Your Bubble—which includes interviews with Professor Noam Chomsky, best-selling author Yuval Noah Harari, Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson, Arun Gandhi, and the highest-paid female CEO in the United States, Martine Rothblatt—Amy is a regular contributor to various publications, human rights organizations, law firms, medical technology companies, and financial firms.

Amy lives in Vermont with her children and a dog called Chompsky.

T: 717-514-5410