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Attorney Profile for Amanda S. Eno

Amanda Eno

Amanda S. Eno was sworn into the practice of law in 2008. Amanda practices family law representing client’s in divorce, allocation of parental responsibilities cases, maintenance and child support establishments and modifications, common law marriage cases, protection orders, contempt proceedings, paternity cases, and adoptions. Amanda also represents clients with pre-marital and post-marital agreements.

Amanda grew up in Littleton, Colorado and graduated from Arapahoe High School. Thereafter, Amanda received her Bachelors degree from Colorado State University in 2004 and received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Tulsa College of Law in 2008. In law school, Amanda was the Executive Director of the Tulsa Law Review, the Special Events Officer for the Women’s Law Caucus, a teaching assistant, and received the Robert C. Butler award for legal excellence on her published law review article. Amanda also clerked for the Honorable Daman H. Cantrell in the Oklahoma District Court.

After graduation Amanda returned to Colorado and passed the Colorado Bar Exam in 2008. Amanda is licensed to practice law in Colorado and the United States District of Colorado. Prior to opening her own firm, Amanda worked for 5 years at a family law firm in Greenwood Village practicing family law and bankruptcy. Amanda is on the Board of Directors and is the Meetings Committee Chair for the Arapahoe County Bar Association, is on the board of Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee (MDIC), and is a member of the Colorado Bar Association.

In 2017, Amanda was named the Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year by the Arapahoe County Bar Association.


  • Named the 2017 Tommy D. Drinkwine Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year by the Arapahoe County Bar Association
  • Received the Robert C. Butler, Jr. Award for Excellence in Legal Scholarship and Writing, 2008


  • Dissolution of Marriage Proceedings and Bankruptcy Cases, The Practitioner’s Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law, 2012-2013.
  • The Misconception of “Sex” in Title VII: Federal Courts Reevaluate Transsexual Employment Discrimination Claims, 43 Tulsa L. Rev. 765 (2008).


  • Colorado, October 2008
  • US District Court, District of Colorado, November 2009


  • CBA Family Law Section Executive Council
    • Elected Board Member, 2019 – 2021 term
  • Arapahoe County Bar Association, 2008 to present
    • Board of Directors, 2017 to present
    • Meetings Committee Chair, 2015 to present
    • Pro Se Clinic Committee Chair, 2015
  • Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee (MDIC), 2010 to present
    • Elected Board Member, 2016 to 2018
    • Elected Board Member, 2014 to 2016
  • Colorado Bar Association (CBA), 2008 to present
    • Family Law Section Member