Amanda M. Lesinski



(361) 888-9392

Areas of Practice

Commercial Litigation; Civil Litigation; Personal Injury; Family Law; Guardianships


Ms. Lesinski graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi with a B.A. in political science and a minor in criminal justice in 2009.  Ms. Lesinski worked full-time as a paralegal from 2005-2010 and part-time from 2011-2017 and ended up catching the “legal bug”.  She then attended Southern Illinois University-Carbondale School of Law and received her J.D. degree in December 2017.  She was an associate editor for the Journal of Legal Medicine.  Ms. Lesinski was awarded the W. Eugene Basanta Award for her professionalism in May 2017.


Ms. Lesinski has a broad understanding of civil litigation as a result of her experience as a paralegal and trial attorney. Ms. Lesinski is well versed in construction law and has represented a wide range of clients from businesses and corporations to small “mom and pop” businesses.  Prior to joining Hoblit, Darling, Ralls, Hernandez & Hudlow, LLP, Ms. Lesinski was mentored and trained by Michael S. Lee, The Lee Firm, P.C.  Ms. Lesinski currently receives court appointments from County Court at Law No. 5, Nueces County, Texas and enjoys being able to interact and help children and families in the coastal bend community during their time of need. 


Admitted to Texas Bar 2018; U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.


Ms. Lesinski was raised in Wyoming and Colorado.  Although land-locked on the cold plains during her minor years, Ms. Lesinski moved to North Padre Island as soon as she could and considers Texas “HOME”.   Ms. Lesinski takes advantage of all the coastal bend offers and enjoys boating, fishing and snorkeling with her husband and their oldest daughter and paternal twins.  Ms. Lesinski is a dog-lover and received her darling German Shephard as a gift after she passed the Texas bar exam (cunningly named “J.D”).  Ms. Lesinski is currently taking up sailing and excited for the day she can name her sailboat.

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