Campbell Law School

Amy L. Funderburk


Amy Funderburk is Assistant Counsel to the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts.   Since 2010, she has advised Clerks of Court  and other judicial officials as to Sovereign Citizens and varied areas of civil law including estate administration, civil litigation, incompetency matters, and other special proceedings.  Before joining the Judicial Branch, Ms. Funderburk served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of North Carolina where her primary responsibilities included representing the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services in healthcare facility regulation, personnel matters. and workplace violence litigation.  She began her legal career in the private sector and spent several years in general civil practice.

Following graduate school, Ms. Funderburk worked with behaviorally disordered children in the mental health system.

Ms. Funderburk serves on the Tenth District Grievance Committee of the Wake County Bar and is a certified mediator with the Office of State Personnel.  She also serves on the Board of Tri It For Life, a women's triathlon training organization, and is an active runner.

 

Education

J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law, 2003

MAEd, (Counselor and Adult Education), East Carolina University, 1995

B.S., (Child Development and Family Relations), East Carolina University, 1997