Amy Gregg

Amy Gregg

Practice Overview

Amy previously completed a training contract at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, spending twelve months in dispute resolution. She worked on a wide range of high profile commercial, regulatory, and pro bono matters including follow-on damages litigation stemming from the EC Trucks Decision and the appeal of an arbitration award by a major bank. More recently, she assisted on multiple advisory and contentious matters as a research assistant at Brick Court Chambers.

Amy holds a BA in Law from Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, and an MPhil in Law from Somerville College, Oxford. She is currently reading for a DPhil in Law at Exeter College, Oxford. Her research, funded by the Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust, examines property rights and land expropriation within Rwandan informal settlements. She was previously a Lecturer in Law at Balliol College, Oxford, and currently teaches contract law at Exeter College, Oxford.

Whilst at university, Amy was President of the Cambridge Union, Treasurer of the Oxford Union, Graduate Mooting Coordinator at the Oxford Law Faculty, and Junior Dean at Magdalen College, Oxford, and Exeter College, Oxford. She also represented both Cambridge and Oxford in multiple moot competitions and interned with the Texas Defender Service, assisting on death row appeals litigation. Whilst at Freshfields, she ran the firm’s Tower Hamlets Law Centre volunteer scheme and volunteered with the Royal Courts of Justice Citizens Advice Bureau.

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