Amy A. Jicha represents borrowers, lenders, sponsors and other financial institutions in a broad range of financing transactions, including senior credit facilities, asset-based revolvers, loan-to-SPV structures, subscription facilities, unitranche facilities and subordinated/mezzanine debt.
Prior to joining Dechert, Ms. Jicha worked for a transatlantic law firm, representing banks and financial institutions as lenders and lead agents in structuring and negotiating syndicated and bilateral credit facilities. While in law school, Ms. Jicha participated in Emory Law’s International Humanitarian Law Clinic in which she primarily represented the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the Office of General Counsel for the Department of Defense regarding various matters.
- Jinping and the Beanstalk: The Tale of Feuding International Giants and How the Planting of Agricultural Tariffs Cultivated a Trade War – Emory International Law Review (2020)
- Mecklenburg County Bar Association (Young Lawyers Division)
- North Carolina Bar Association
- Arizona State University, B.S., Psychology and B.A. in Political Science, 2017, summa cum laude, Moeur Award recipient; graduated with honors (from Barrett, the Honors College); Minor in Religious Studies; Certificate in Human Rights
- Emory University, J.D., 2020, with Honors; Clinical Legal Education Award for Outstanding Service; Executive Managing Editor for Emory International Law Review
- North Carolina