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  • 5.0/5.0

    Hillary C. Aizenman is an awesome attorney. She always returned my calls and emails quickly. Her wages were clear from the beginning and she is very honest and has integrity. She got good results for me!

    — Client

  • 5.0/5.0

    I need an attorney really bad, so I called Polansky Law Firm not only did I win my case. But she explained the court procedure to me step-by-step I am so happy I picked this Law Firm. Thank you Cayce

    — Client

  • 5.0/5.0

    Lisa Polansky is a terrific criminal defense attorney who brings great knowledge and experience to the job as a result of handling countless, difficult cases, both in California and in Colorado. As a Colorado lawyer, I know that Lisa is hi...
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    — Peer

  • 5.0/5.0

    Lisa is one of the finest criminal defense attorneys I have ever had the good fortune to practice with.

    — Peer

  • 5.0/5.0

    Lisa is a very tough, intelligent, well respected lawyer.

    — Peer

Amanda J. Borsman is an Associate Attorney at Polansky Law Firm.  Amanda is a compassionate and thoughtful advocate with a passion for immigration law and criminal defense.  Her practice consists of trials and appeals, including a focus on crimmigation, addressing the intersection between criminal defense and immigration.  Amanda brings her keen writing skills and zealous advocacy to each and every client.

Prior to joining the Firm in 2021, Amanda spent two years as Deputy Public Defender with the Office of the Colorado State Public Defender where she managed a case load of hundreds.  During that time, Amanda successfully litigation motions and dispositions while also taking seven cases to jury trial.

During law school, Amanda also worked as legal intern for immigration firm focused on removal defense, family petitions, asylum petitions, special immigrant juvenile status claims, waiver applications and humanitarian relief petitions including Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Temporary Protected Status, Violence Against Women Act and U Visas for immigrant victims of crime. 

Amanda also worked for the ACLU while in law school where she researched and wrote memoranda for questions of law including public records requests, First Amendment claims, claims under the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Administrative Procedures Act and Immigration law. 

Education

Northeastern University, School of Law, J.D., 2019

Berea College, English – Literature, B.A.; English – Writing, B.A., 2015


State Bar Admissions

Colorado, 2019