Amy Martel is currently a member of the California State Bar, Consumer Attorneys of San Diego, Consumer Attorneys of California, San Diego County Bar Association, and Nevada State Bar Association.

Ms. Martel is on the Board of Directors of Consumer Attorneys of California and the San Diego Inn of Court. She is a Master in the Wallace Inn of Court and co-chair of the education committee. She served on the Board of Directors for Consumer Attorneys of San Diego from 2014-2021, she served as Secretary, Treasurer, President Elect and in 2020 she served as President. She also served on the Board of Directors of Traveler’s Aid Society from 2003-2018, a private, non-profit agency that provides crisis and short-term assistance for food, shelter, and transportation as well as advice and resources for San Diegans in need. She served as Chair of the Board from 2007-2009.

Amy Martel is licensed to practice law in the state of California and the state of Nevada. She actively represents the victims of personal injury and medical malpractice. She was named to San Diego’s Business Journal’s Best of the Bar, and as a Super Lawyer from 2015 to the present. In 2018 she received an Outstanding Trial Lawyer award from Consumer Attorneys of San Diego for her work in Katie Hunt v. Steven Drosman, M.D. and in 2019 she received Outstanding Advocate award from Consumer Attorneys of San Diego for her work in Graves v. Kaiser Foundation, et al.

In 2020 Ms. Martel served as co-founder and Chair of Resolve Law San Diego, the largest pro bono project in San Diego’s history. Resolve Law San Diego was formed to create a temporary solution to the crisis the civil justice system faced as a result of the Court’s closure due to COVID-19. The goal of the program was to provide free mediation and dispute resolution services to the San Diego legal community. RLSD recruited over 250 volunteer mediators and resolved over 100 cases in less than 200 days. RLSD was the first program of its kind in the nation and the committee helped numerous other jurisdictions launch similar programs, including Resolve Law Los Angeles.

Ms. Martel is an avid bike rider and runner. She was on the Cross Country and Track & Field teams while at the University of Washington. She has competed in marathons and numerous triathlons. In 2009 she and her husband completed a 500 mile bike ride from San Francisco, CA to Malibu, CA. Along with their two boys, the Martel family is often traveling across the west coast with their mountain bikes.

Amy Martel was recently awarded the 2022 Trial Lawyer of the Year by the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego. This prestigious award recognizes outstanding achievements in the legal profession and is a testament to the exceptional work that Ms. Martel has done on behalf of her clients. Ms. Martel’s selection as the 2022 Trial Lawyer of the Year is a testament to the high regard in which she is held by her peers in the legal community. Her dedication to her clients and her unwavering commitment to securing justice for those who have been wronged have earned her the respect and admiration of her colleagues. Ms. Martel’s commitment to her clients and her dedication to the legal profession make her an exceptional trial lawyer and a deserving recipient of the Trial Lawyer of the Year award. Her clients know that they can count on her to fight tirelessly on their behalf, and her colleagues recognize her as a leader in the legal community.

Amy Martel Trial Lawyer of the Year 2022

Bar Admissions

  • California
  • Nevada


  • University of San Diego School of Law, San Diego, California, 2003
  • Honors: Chair, The Pro Bono Legal Society
  • Honors: Member, Mock Trial Team
  • University of Washington, 1999, BA Political Science and History
  • Honors: Member, The Cross Country and Track Team

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • California State Bar, Member
  • Consumer Attorneys of San Diego, Member
  • Consumer Attorneys of San Diego, Board of Directors, 2014 – Present, Secretary 2017,
    Treasurer 2018, President Elect 2019; President 2020, Immediate Past President 2021
  • San Diego County Bar Association, Member
  • Nevada State Bar Association, Member
  • American Inns of Court, J. Clifford Wallace, Master
  • San Diego Inn of Court, Board of Directors
  • Traveler’s Aid Society, Board of Directors, 2003 to 2018
  • Awarded 2022 Trial Lawyer of the Year by Consumer Attorneys of San Diego
  • Named one of San Diego’s Top Attorneys by Super Lawyer Magazine, 2015 to Present.
  • Named top 25 Women Attorneys in San Diego. 2018, 2021-Present.
  • San Diego Business Journal’s Best of the Bar, 2015 to Present
  • Awarded Outstanding Trial Lawyer by Consumer Attorneys of San Diego 2018
  • Awarded Outstanding Advocate by Consumer Attorneys of San Diego 2019

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