Amanda Jane Stoker (born 30 October 1982) is an Australian politician and lawyer who has been a Liberal member of the Australian Senate representing Queensland since 21 March 2018, when she was appointed as a replacement for the Senate place of retiring Attorney-General George Brandis. Stoker studied law at Sydney University, graduating with first-class honours, and began her career as a clerk and solicitor in Brisbane with MinterEllison. She served as a Commonwealth prosecutor, as well as a judge's associate to Philip McMurdo in the Supreme Court of Queensland and to Ian Callinan in the High Court of Australia. Leading up to the 2009 state election, Stoker sought pre-selection for the electoral district of Cleveland, which she lost to Mark Robinson who went on to win the seat. She was a Senate candidate with the LNP at the 2013 federal election. On 10 March 2018, members of the Liberal National Party of Queensland (LNP) elected Stoker to succeed high-profile cabinet member George Brandis as a Senator for Queensland. The Parliament of Queensland appointed Stoker to the casual vacancy left by Brandis on 21 March 2018 and she was sworn in as a Senator the following day. Immediately prior to her appointment to the Senate, Stoker was a member of Level 27 Chambers, a sessional academic at Central Queensland University and Vice-President of the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland. She and her husband Adam have three daughters.