Amy E. Binns
Amy Binns has been a paralegal for over 25 years, with experience in personal injury, sports, litigation and criminal law.
The daughter of an attorney, Binns grew up loving the law, with a deep passion for helping people however she can. She prides herself on being a people person who genuinely cares and wants the best for clients. She will go above and beyond the norm to make sure that clients feel comfortable and well-taken care of, making them feel that they are part of the Cronin family. Having been a paralegal for a over 25 years, she prides herself on understanding the law and helping clients however she can. She does this by being a backbone for the attorneys and Cronin Trial Lawyers and understanding what they and their clients want and need.
Binns attended the Country Day School of the Sacred Heart and graduated from LaSalle University with a BA in English literature.
In her free time, Binns is an avid tennis player, and also teaches tennis to children and adults. Additionally, Binns was the first woman to be President of the World Boxing Association of North America. She has traveled all over the world supervising boxing matches, and has given speeches in Thailand on boxing.
Binns is also very passionate about autism awareness and highly involved in fighting for the rights of autistic children. Having one of her own, she holds this subject very near and dear to her heart, and supports autism awareness however she can.