Amanda is a partner in the Corporate Practice Group in the firm’s New York office and is a member of the firm’s healthcare industry team. 

Areas of Practice

Amanda represents healthcare and tax-exempt organizations on a wide range of transactional, regulatory and business matters. She advises clients in connection with complex corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and strategic alliances, and structuring value-based healthcare arrangements. In addition, Amanda routinely advises clients on matters relating to corporate governance, federal, state and local tax exemption, fraud, waste and abuse, Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement, voluntary disclosures, the corporate practice of medicine, and other regulatory and compliance matters. 

Amanda’s clients include for-profit and not-for-profit organizations such as hospitals, academic medical centers, managed care organizations, integrated healthcare delivery systems, pharmaceutical and life sciences companies, rare disease organizations, independent practice associations, physician practices, management companies, and charitable and religious organizations. 

Amanda began her career as a litigator, and she brings this experience to her transactional and regulatory practice. In that regard, Amanda counsels clients on legal, strategic and practical matters involving both actual and potential disputes, and defends healthcare and tax-exempt organizations before federal, state and local government agencies in connection with audits and investigations. Amanda has also represented clients in business and commercial disputes in federal and state court, bankruptcy proceedings, and arbitration.

Amanda helped establish and co-leads Sheppard Mullin’s Women in Healthcare Leadership Collaborative and serves on Sheppard Mullin’s Women Lawyers Group National Leadership Council.



Ms. Zablocki was a member of the pro bono team at Sheppard Mullin receiving the 2011 Frankel Award from Human Rights First for their successful representation of Abdalmageed Haroun, a prominent human rights activist and former Sudanese prisoner. In the Sudan, Mr. Haroun's work focused on women's rights, the plight of internally displaced refugees, and the victims of the conflict in Darfur. As a result of his selfless and heroic efforts, Mr. Haroun was detained for months, persecuted, tortured, and threatened with death by the Sudanese government, forcing him to flee the country. The firm represented Mr. Haroun in connection with his application for asylum in the United States.

500 X The Next Generation, Lawdragon, 2023

Next Generation Partner - Not-For-Profit, Legal 500, 2021-2023

Recommended Attorney - Not-For-Profit, Legal 500, 2020-2023

Rising Star - Not-For-Profit, Legal 500, 2020

New York Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2015-2022

Associate to Watch, Chambers USA, 2018



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J.D., Fordham Law School, 2010, Moot Court, Urban Law Journal

B.A., Barnard College, Columbia University, 2007


  • Intern to the Honorable Lawrence M. McKenna, U.S. Federal Judge for the Southern District of New York.


  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
  • United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
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