Amy Jackson

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Regulatory

Amy Jackson is a specialist criminal practitioner who has developed a strong dual practice.

She believes that the skills and experience developed in the Criminal courts can be used to give real advantage in her regulatory work.

Amy regularly appears in the Crown and Magistrates’ Court, both for the prosecution and defence.

Recent prosecution work on behalf of local authorities, government departments and licensing authorities has included advising and appearing on matters including:

  • Insolvency infractions
  • Security licensing
  • Taxi licensing
  • Environmental/waste disposal
  • Trading standards
  • Fraud (social security, council tax and housing benefits);
  • Proceeds of crime/confiscation
  • Forfeiture
  • Education Act prosecutions

Amy’s defence practice encompasses the full range of regulatory offences.

Amy prides herself on being professional, yet approachable for clients, lay or professional.  She also appreciates the need to supply carefully considered advice at an early stage of proceedings, and on an often short deadline.

To find out more, email civilclerks@stiveschambers.co.uk.

Qualifications

Bar Vocational Course- College of Law, Birmingham

Bachelor of Law (Hons) – University of Nottingham

Awards/Scholarships

2009 – Winner of National Green Book Civil Mooting Competition final – judged by Lord Neuberger

2009 – Winner of College of Law Birmingham Mooting Competition

Winner of the Diplock Scholarship awarded by Honourable Society of Middle Temple to fund the BVC in recognition of ‘exceptional promise’.

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