focuses predominantly on iGaming law and corporate and M&A Law. She was called to the Bar in 2017, after graduating Doctor of Laws in 2016, and submitting her thesis in the field of corporate law, where she examined whether rights granted to minority shareholders give them unfair leverage over the majority. During her final year of studies, she spent a semester in Italy as part of the Erasmus Programme, where she read Anglo-American law and European Constitutional law at the Università degli studi di Perugia. Amanda obtained the IFSP Foundation certificate in Trusts Law and Management, and the IFSP certificate in the course entitled: “An Introduction to the Virtual Financial Assets Act”, in 2018. She is currently reading for a Masters in Corporate and Securities Law at the University of London.
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