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Amber Turner (Pupil)

Call: 2021

Amber is a practising second six pupil, accepting instructions across Chambers’ core practice areas. She will join Chambers as a tenant in October 2023 following the completion of her pupillage.

During pupillage, Amber has been supervised by Joshua Winfield, Martin Ouwehand, and Wendy Mathers. Her final supervisor will be Reuben Comiskey.

Amber has 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.

Amber read Law at Pembroke College, Cambridge, where she achieved a First Class degree and received the Ziegler Prize for Law (2018). She studied the Bar Practice Course at the University of Law in Nottingham, attaining an Outstanding result in every module.

Before starting pupillage at Radcliffe, Amber worked at Advocate as their first Commercial Chancery Caseworker. She remains committed to involvement in pro bono work.

As a recipient of an Access to the Bar Award and later a Queen Mother Scholarship from Middle Temple, and having served as Access Officer at her college, Amber is passionate about widening participation opportunities.