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Tel: +44 020 7936 3637
DX 458 London Chancery Lane
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Year of Call - 2016
Amy has shown herself to be an able, versatile and dedicated advocate whose client care is widely recognised. Throughout her time in Chambers, Amy’s hard work, understanding of the law and measured approach has earnt her numerous plaudits from clients and solicitors.
Prior to commencing pupillage, Amy worked as a Parliamentary Researcher and as a county court advocate.
During law school, Amy strengthened her experience in a variety of areas including employment law as a FRU representative and volunteering as Housing Law advisor. She also volunteered for Street Law and the Citizens Advice Bureau. This has provided her with a wealth of knowledge, particularly when dealing with vulnerable clients.
Amy is Direct Access qualified and accepts instructions directly from the public and business alike.
• Lord Diplock Scholar - The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple (2014 – 2015)
• Blackstone Entrance Exhibition Award - The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple (2014 – 2015)
• Commercial Bar Association (COMBAR) Scholar – (2015)
• Graduate Diploma in Law - City Law School, University of London (2013 – 2015)
• Bursary Award for Advocacy - Criminal Bar Association (November 2020)
• Criminal Bar Association
• Young Fraud Lawyers Association
• The Honourable Society of Middle Temple
• Completed the ICCA Advocacy and the Vulnerable Training Programme
• Completed the Youth Court Advocacy Training Programme
• Case Presenter for the Nursing and Midwifery Council
• CPS - External Advocates Panel (Grade I)
• Government Legal Department 'Junior Junior' Scheme .
• FA Independent Discipline Panel Member.
4-day Substantive Hearing, representing the NMC in a case where a nurse was found to be on duty whilst under the influence of drugs. The nurse was found to be impaired by reasons of health and conditions of practice were imposed.
7-day Substantive Hearing, representing the NMC in a fitness to practise hearing. The registered nurse failed to sufficiently identify risks during an assessment for patient that later died. Conditions of practice were imposed.
Representing the NMC in an 8-day Substantive Hearing concerning a registered nurse stealing medications from Hospitals and Patients. The nurse’s fitness to practise was found to be impaired and the nurse was stuck off from the Register.
3-day Interim Order Hearing concerning a registered nurse facing multiple allegations of historic and recent sexual abuse. The Panel imposed an interim suspension order.