Amy Figueroa is always on the go, which is quite all right with the accomplished Fry & Elder legal assistant. As AV-rated attorney Aaron D. Bundy’s legal assistant, Amy handles his scheduling and helps ensure that his clients’ needs are taken care of and deadlines are met.
Were that not enough, Amy also attends school full-time. She’s working toward attaining her paralegal certification from Tulsa Community College and hopes to attend law school at the University of Tulsa College of Law. The demands of working at an elite Tulsa law firm and staying on top of a full-time course load seem to align just fine with Amy’s work ethic and time management skills.
“I don’t have as much free time as I used to, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing,” Amy Figueroa said. “This field of work is very challenging but in a good way. You’re constantly on the move and down time is rare but when you work with people you are comfortable with, it makes it easier.”
Amy, who joined Fry & Elder in June of 2017, said there is no substitute for the day-to-day experience she is receiving at Fry & Elder. As valuable as that experience has been, Amy is even more grateful for the opportunity to be part of a highly-regarded Oklahoma legal team.
“For me, the most rewarding thing about working at Fry & Elder has to be the people I am surrounded by,” Amy Figueroa said. “I have awesome bosses and that truly makes it easy to love this job and love what I do. Working in the legal industry allows you the opportunity to help individuals in need. That is also very rewarding.”
Amy grew up in the Tulsa area and graduated from Jenks High School. Though her work and school keep her extremely busy, she still tries to find time to read legal thrillers in her spare time.