Amberley is an Associate in the Litigation department, specialising in commercial and art litigation matters.
Amberley acts for a wide range of clients, including companies, international clients and high net worth individuals.
Amberley is a member of the firm’s leading art law team and represents clients in a wide variety of art law matters. She also acts on a wide range of contractual disputes, negligence claims, and commercial litigation.
Amberley trained in New Zealand where she worked in large law firms, before moving to the United Kingdom where she has worked both in house and in private practice, including Blake Morgan LLP and the Government Legal Department.
Education & Qualification
University of Canterbury
Qualified as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand in 2011
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