The 2016 Major League Baseball season marks Amy Inlander Minniti’s ninth season with the Nationals.
In her role as Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, she is responsible for drafting and negotiating contracts, counseling executives on an array of legal issues, and managing claims and disputes. Prior joining the Nationals, she was an associate in the Philadelphia office of Reed Smith, LLP, where she practiced in the commercial litigation group. She began her career in sports when she spent two years working for the General Counsel of the Pittsburgh Pirates while in law school. Amy received her J.D. and a Masters of Public & International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh, and her B.A. from Colgate University. She is licensed to practice in the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and is an active member of the Sports Lawyers Association.
Colgate University - B.A. - Political Science & History
University of Pittsburgh - MPIS, Masters of Public & International Affairs
University of Pittsburgh School of Law - J.D.