Attorney at Law
Amanda Inman Lowe
Amanda Inman Lowe was born in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1980. She grew up in Powell and graduated from Powell High School in 1998. Following graduation, Amanda attended the University of Tennessee-Martin as a University Scholar, which culminated in her Senior Project, a writing titled The Echo of Closed Mouths: A Voice through the Silence. Amanda graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in English in 2002.
Amanda returned home to Knoxville to attend law school and received her J.D. in 2005. During law school, Amanda focused on trial advocacy and clerked for Legal Aid of East Tennessee and Gregory P. Isaacs. She was named The Pro Bono Project Volunteer of the year for 2004-2005. Amanda joined the Fourth Judicial District Attorney’s Office in 2006 and served Cocke County as an Assistant District Attorney for three years, during which time she tried a variety of criminal cases and supervised a drug wiretap that resulted in multiple state and federal convictions. After leaving the District Attorney’s office, Amanda practiced debtor bankruptcy at Clark & Washington before joining the Law Offices of Tony Seaton in Johnson City, where she focused on representing injured and disabled workers before the Tennessee Department of Labor, state trial courts and the Social Security Disability Administration. In October, 2011, Amanda joined the Knoxville office of Wimberly, Lawson, Wright, Daves & Jones, where her primary focus was workers’ compensation.
Amanda joined Ridenour & Ridenour in July, 2013, and is admitted to practice in all State Courts and the U.S. District Court for East Tennessee.
Amanda lives in Dandridge, Tennessee with her husband, Jason, and their four energetic children- Collin, Catelyn, Savannah and Sophia.