Amanda joined Harrison Drury following many years as a partner in national and regional law firms. First at Brabners Chaffe Street and more recently at DWF she specialised in commercial litigation and Regulatory Crime. Amanda has national expertise in advising on protest affecting major construction projects, and brought “Swampy” to national notoriety when evicting him from the A30 Honiton Bypass in Devon. Amanda is a Deputy District Judge, Assistant Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire and works as a Consultant to our firm while still carrying out her judicial duties. Amanda provides strategic guidance for our litigation services and manages major litigation projects.
Walking and rugby (watching not playing).