About Amy Vosburg-Casey
Amy Vosburg-Casey teaches U.S. History and AP U.S. History at CRSJ. Prior to joining CRSJ, she worked as an attorney and investigator for over a decade, representing clients facing the death penalty in the State of Georgia, at trial and in their appeals and habeas corpus proceedings, as well as representing clients in criminal and juvenile delinquency cases.
Before entering the legal field, Amy taught high school on Ebeye, in the Republic of the Marshall Islands, with the Jesuit Volunteers Corps International.
Amy earned her JD and MSW from Boston College, and her bachelor's degrees from the University of Notre Dame.