Anthony W Hawks

An avid outdoorsman and world traveler, Anthony Wayne Hawks is the legal director of Amend America, a independent non-partisan 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to creating an online network for political discussion and engagement on issues of constitutional reform. Amend America, which Hawks co-founded, seeks to facilitate dialogue and consensus on proposed amendments that have a legitimate potential for political traction.

Professionally, Anthony Wayne Hawks is the Principal Attorney of a commercial litigation and government contracting firm, Hawks Law Office, which he founded in 1996. The firm has represented hundreds of clients in the print industry, to whom Hawks has given legal counsel on a wide array of government contracting issues, including bid protests, contract appeals, and monetary claims.

In September 1999, Anthony W. Hawks also co-founded e-LYNXX Corporation, which is now one of the leading print management firms in the nation, specializing in supply chain management for large print buyers and business development for print suppliers. Initially joining the company as Vice President and General Counsel, Hawks was later promoted to company President and currently serves as both Chief Legal Officer and President of its Automated Vendor Selection (AVS) Technology Division. In these capacities, Anthony Hawks oversees all legal aspects of the company’s business practices, including negotiating all consulting and marketing contracts, advising the company on government contracting issues, and managing e-LYNXX’s relationship with the Government Printing Office (GPO).

In preparation for his legal career, Anthony W. Hawks received a top-tier education from two highly regarded institutions. He first attended Tufts University, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and his Master’s degree in International Law at the Tufts' Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Next, Anthony Hawks pursued his Juris Doctor at the Georgetown University Law Center, where he edited the international business law journal and was later selected for the school's National Moot Court Team, becoming a regional finalist and winning a coveted invitation to the national tournament. During his final year at Georgetown, Anthony Hawks was awarded the annual Leahy Prize, which is given to the best school advocate. He graduated cum lau