Amie was called to the Bar in 2019 and became a tenant of Exchange Chambers in September 2021 following the successful completion of her pupillage under the supervision of Andrew Vinson and James Malam.
Amie has a commercial and chancery practice that includes commercial litigation, insolvency (corporate and personal), property and trusts. Across those areas, Amie regularly appears in the county and high courts for interlocutory hearings and trials and is frequently instructed to draft statements of case and formal advice.
Amie advises clients in conference, writing and has experience in dealing with claims from the outset to conclusion, providing informal advice and guidance throughout the course of proceedings. Amie has also represented clients at mediation.
Amie is also developing a niche practice in equestrian law. Examples of Amie’s recent equestrian work includes:
- Successfully representing the claimant purchaser in a two-day trial relating to the sale of a horse, concerning issues of breach of contract, misrepresentation, negligence, and agency.
- Drafting pleadings relating to sales and purchase disputes, breach of contract, livery disputes, and jurisdictional matters.
Outside of her practice, Amie is regularly involved in the training provided by the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn for students. Amie is also an interviewer for the Inn’s GDL and BPC major scholarships and a pupil mentor on behalf of the Chancery Bar Association.