Amber joined Radcliffe Chambers as a tenant in October 2023, following the successful completion of her pupillage. She accepts instructions across all of Chambers’ core practice areas.
During pupillage, Amber observed and worked on cases across the range of traditional and commercial Chancery work, including charities, trusts, wills and probate, property and landlord and tenant, insolvency, commercial, pensions, and professional negligence. She was supervised by Joshua Winfield, Martin Ouwehand, Wendy Mathers, and Reuben Comiskey.
Amber has experience acting as sole counsel in the County and High Courts and First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber). She has also been instructed as junior counsel in the Court of Appeal.
Amber read Law at Pembroke College, Cambridge, where she achieved a First Class degree and received the Ziegler Prize for Law (2018), and completed the Bar Practice Course at the University of Law. Before starting pupillage at Radcliffe, Amber worked at Advocate as their first Commercial Chancery Caseworker. She remains committed to involvement in pro bono work.