Amy Spooner is Michigan Law’s chief storyteller, setting the school’s editorial direction and leading a team that positions Michigan Law as a vibrant, intellectually rich community and global network.

Amy works with the offices of admissions, development and alumni relations, and student life, as well as with faculty and clinics, to create compelling, on-brand messages and publications for various audiences.

She directs the production and cadence of stories for Michigan Law’s newsroom and homepage and serves as managing editor of the Law Quadrangle magazine. She sets and maintains high standards for the Law School’s printed and web publications, ensuring adherence to the school’s editorial style guide and a consistent editorial voice.

Amy joined the Law School in 2013 as a development writer. She went on to serve as the editor of the Law Quadrangle before leaving in 2018 to serve as associate director of marketing and communications at U-M’s Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. There she served as editor and chief writer for the alumni magazine Portico. She rejoined Michigan Law in February 2022.

Outside of the office, Amy enjoys paddling her wooden kayak, sailing her C-Scow, camping as far away from other people as possible, and hiking. She earned a bachelor’s degree with high distinction in political science from the University of Michigan.