Amy E. Feldman, Esq.
Author, Speaker, Media Personality Providing Legal Knowledge* With Mom Energy**
* Legal Knowledge is different from legal advice. Legal knowledge is information about the laws that courts and Congress have created, combined with Amy’s 25 years of practice as a lawyer. For legal knowledge, click on the tabs to see the information. Legal advice, however, is information given by a lawyer you’ve paid to tell you how to behave based on your own situation. For legal advice, find yourself your own lawyer.
** Moms: the original influencers.
Hilarious, heartfelt, and more relevant than ever, Amy’s middle grade debut EZRA EXPOSED follows Ezra, a middle schooler whose world is turned upside after he gets a smartphone for his 10th birthday.
Tweens will love Ezra’s chicken-nugget-butt loving antics, while parents and educators will appreciate the crucial message of what is and isn’t okay to post online.
Amy E. Feldman’s debut is smart, laugh-out-loud funny, fast-moving—a great read that also takes on the very serious subject of kids and phone use. Middle-grade readers will recognize Ezra as one of their own, and the author’s light touch allows her to address an issue parents might not recognize, but kids need to be aware of. Ezra Exposed is just right for fans of Gordon Korman, Tom Angleberger, and Rebecca Stead.
Educator’s Guide is available here: Click here to view or download
Suzanne Francis, New York Times bestselling Disney author
“Sweet, silly Ezra and his butt-joke-loving, approval-seeking antics make for a hilarious read, but it’s the serious digital citizenship lesson that parents and educators will applaud. I’m putting this in front of my kids now!”
Available for speaking engagements for your school, company, or organization, Amy can speak on a variety of topics including:
What Parents And Grandparents Need To Know About Sexting
What Parents And Kids Need To Know About Sexting
Cyber-bullying and internet safety for middle schoolers
Sexual harassment and how companies can defend themselves
What is sexual harassment in 2023?
Getting kids involved in civics - a gameshow for middle school contestants
Are you smarter than a 5th grade lawyer - every kid’s rights and responsibilities
The rights in your backpack - legal issues for every student
Use words not fists - tips for students about dispute resolution
"Amy was so informative and shared a wealth of information. I liked that she shared examples of cases. I learned laws surround social media and I learned tips/ ways to help students have safe internet skills and habits. Amy was so engaging, kept my attention the entire time."
- Guidance counselor, Montgomery County School District
"The entire presentation was helpful and gave me a better understanding of the legalities around underage sexting. The presenter was excellent."
- 5th grade teacher, Montgomery County School District