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Amber Knight

Amber Knight

Solicitor, Charity and Commercial Law

0118 951 6913

  • University of Law, Guildford, GDL, LPC
  • University of Exeter, BA (Hons) English Literature
  • Member, Society for Computers and Law
  • “Many thanks for your support – both technical and personal! Excellent, as ever.” 

“Excellent, as ever.”

Amber is a solicitor in the Corporate and Commercial team, which operates across our Reading, Henley-on-Thames and London offices. 

She advises businesses and third sector organisations on all types of commercial law, with particular focus on contracts, intellectual property and commercial advisory work.

Amber also advises charities and not-for-profit clients on areas such as formation, incorporation, constitutional and governance matters, fundraising, mergers and all Charity Commission matters.

Amber joined Blandy & Blandy as a trainee solicitor in September 2014 and qualified in July 2016. Prior to that she worked as a Paralegal at Stevens & Bolton and BAE Systems Applied Intelligence.

Amber read English Literature at the University of Exeter and then went on to complete her GDL and LPC at the University of Law in Guildford. She is a member of the Society for Computers and Law, the Blandy & Blandy CSR committee and is part of the editorial team for the Blandy’s Charity and Commercial Law bulletins.

In her spare time Amber enjoys playing golf and netball. 

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