Amanda was called to the Jamaican Bar in December 2016 and is a member of the Firm’s Litigation Department. Her areas of practice include Corporate and Commercial Litigation, specifically Negligence and, Debt Recovery, Property Litigation and Banking Litigation.
After graduating from Campion College in 2011 as a Jamaica Scholar, Amanda went on to pursue her Bachelor of Laws Degree at the University of the West Indies (“UWI”), which she attained with Upper Second Class Honours. While at UWI, Amanda was a member of the winning team of the Inter-American Human Rights Competition in 2014, and was also awarded the prize for Best Oralist/Advocate in English. She continued mooting at the Norman Manley Law School and was a member of the Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition Team, being named the 23rd Best Advocate in the world in 2016.
Amanda was also the sole recipient of the Jason Alliman Award for Excellence in Advocacy at the Norman Manley Law School, awarded to the student who displayed exceptional interest and outstanding skill in advocacy. Amanda enjoys teaching and privately tutors Company, Contract, Tort and Intellectual Property Law.