About Amy Hunter
Amy studied Law at the University of Westminster, gaining a Distinction on the Legal Practice Course. She qualified as a solicitor and was admitted to the Roll in March 2004, following which she joined Legal 500 firm, Berrymans Lace Mawer in London, working in the insurance litigation department. During her time at BLM, Amy assisted in writing the 12th Edition of Bingham and Berrymans' Personal Injury and Motor Claims Cases.
Amy joined Leeds Law School in 2017 as a part-time lecturer. In 2018 she became the Law School's Pro Bono Manager, which included helping to run the Law Clinic at Queen Square. During this time the clinic was shortlisted for The Student Access to Justice Foundation Award 2019, for which Amy and two of her colleagues were invited to attend an awards ceremony at the House of Commons. In September 2019, Amy became a full-time lecturer.
Amy teaches at both postgraduate and undergraduate level.