Amber Floyd Lee is a Rule 31 Listed Supreme Court Mediator and graduate of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. Lee is specially trained in domestic violence legal issues by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women. Ms. Lee served as the Chairwoman of the Johnson City Housing and Community Development Board. She served as the president of the Washington County Bar Association and is active in the local community. A native of Bowling Green, Kentucky, she studied Journalism at Webster University in Saint Louis, Missouri before receiving her J.D. from the Appalachian School of Law in 2009. Lee loves her adopted home in the mountains of East Tennessee and believes that communities are only as great as our commitment to them. She is spearheading efforts to conduct a corridor study along Walnut Street connecting ETSU and downtown Johnson City. Lee recently coordinated the building, installation and licensing of six Little Free Libraries. Lee does not shy away from difficult cases, and finds the process of getting the very best result for her clients extremely rewarding. Amber and her family live in Johnson City's historic Tree Streets neighborhood and are members of Munsey Memorial United Methodist Church.