barristersYear of Call: 2011

Amanda moved to Mansfield Chambers after the successful completion of her pupillage at Renaissance Chambers.

Prior to coming to the Bar, Amanda worked in the field of immigration and asylum law at Turpin and Miller LLP, Bail for Immigration Detainees and the Coventry Refugee Centre.

From 2009 to 2010 she worked as a Research Assistant in the Law Commission’s Public Law Team. She has also previously spent time in the Malawian Legal Aid Department, working on homicide cases and developing pro bono bail and mitigation projects within Malawian Universities.

Areas of practice

Amanda specialises in immigration and asylum law and has experience in asylum and human rights claims, family reunion, entry clearance, settlement, the points-based system and judicial review claims.


Amanda sits on the Executive Committee of the Human Rights Lawyers Association (HRLA) and she is a member of ILPA. She regularly undertakes pro bono work for Bail for Immigration Detainees.


LLB, First Class, University of Warwick
LLM in International Development Law and Human Rights, with Distinction, University of Warwick
BPTC, Outstanding, City Law School


Lord Denning Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn
Buchanan Prize, Lincoln’s Inn