Amy Proferes


Year of Call: 2012

Intelligent and commercially astute, she is very good at papers, an excellent advocate and approachable with lay clients and those instructing alike.”

Client

Practice Overview

Amy has a broad commercial Chancery practice and appears regularly in the County Courts and High Court. She has particular interests in property, wills and probate, and civil fraud, and is experienced in dealing with cases where these areas overlap.

Before coming to the Bar, Amy worked at a mergers and acquisitions advisory firm specialising in aerospace and industrials, following postgraduate studies in History & Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University.

Amy is an advocacy tutor at Lincoln's Inn and also helps run the Inn's debating society.

News & Events

  • News

    Serle Court publishes its 28th edition of serlespeak

    We are delighted to introduce the 28th edition of serlespeak on the subject of Property Litigation.... Read More

    News

    Serle Court joins ThoughtLeaders4 Disputes as a Community Partner

    Serle Court is delighted to announce its partnership with the ThoughtLeaders4 Disputes community.  Our members of chambers are recommended... Read More

  • Events

    Simon Gore Property Law Conference 2021

    Location: Online Read More

    Events

    Simon Gore Contentious Probate 2021 Seminar

    Location: Online Read More

Education & Qualifications

Birkbeck, University of London: Accelerated LLB (First)
City University: BPTC (Very Competent)
Harvard University: Doctoral work in History & Middle Eastern Studies
Harvard University: MA Middle Eastern Studies
School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London: MA Islamic Art and Archaeology (Merit)
Harvard University: BA Sociology (cum laude)

Memberships

Chancery Bar Association
Property Bar Association
Young Fraud Lawyers Association
Liberty

BSB Registration

Amy Linnea Proferes

Prizes

Wolfson Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn
Hardwicke Award, Lincoln’s Inn
Pearson Publication Prize for best overall result in LLB, Birkbeck
Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships during doctoral work, US Department of Education
Winner, Atkin’s Court Forms Moot, 2012 (judged by Lord Neuberger)

In the Press

'A long lease breach? Be specific!' article for New Law Journal, 25 September 2020

'Farming inheritance battle urges farmers to ensure will preparation' article for Farmers Guardian, 22 May 2020

News & Events

  • News

    Serle Court publishes its 28th edition of serlespeak

    We are delighted to introduce the 28th edition of serlespeak on the subject of Property Litigation.... Read More

    News

    Serle Court joins ThoughtLeaders4 Disputes as a Community Partner

    Serle Court is delighted to announce its partnership with the ThoughtLeaders4 Disputes community.  Our members of chambers are recommended... Read More

  • Events

    Simon Gore Property Law Conference 2021

    Location: Online Read More

    Events

    Simon Gore Contentious Probate 2021 Seminar

    Location: Online Read More