Amanprit Kaur began a specialist Business and Property pupillage in October 2021 and joined Chambers as a tenant in October 2022.
She observed and worked on a variety of commercial, insolvency and property law matters with Ali Tabari, Marc Brown and Anthony Verduyn, and was a speaker at chambers’ 2022 Insolvency and Restructuring Conference. Amanprit has been accepting instructions in her own name from April 2022.
Before commencing pupillage, Amanprit was a legal researcher at Keating Chambers. She also helped edit practitioner textbooks in this field, including Keating on Construction Contracts (11th Ed) and Wilmot Smith on Construction Contracts (3rd Ed).
Between completing her degree and starting the BPTC, Amanprit was a private client paralegal at a regional law firm in Nottingham working on Wills, Trusts and Probate matters.
Amanprit read law at the University of Manchester and completed her BPTC at City Law School of London.
Amanprit was brought up in the North East of England where she worked in her parents’ local business inspiring her to begin her own start-up business whilst studying for her A-Levels.
In her spare time, Amanprit enjoys doing yoga.
11th Editions of the Practice in the Circuit / Commercial Court Guides
Compulsory ADR, a new way forward and the changing litigation landscape following COVID-19