Called 2017 Email Amy
Amy joined chambers in 2018 following successful completion of pupillage under the supervision of Seamus Sweeney and Tim Wilkinson. She is a civil practitioner with a busy employment and personal injury practice.
Amy continues to develop a successful employment practice and enjoys advising and drafting as well as representing clients at preliminary hearings and final hearings.
Amy is regularly instructed in all areas of personal injury and undertakes small claims, fast track trials, CMCs and application hearings. Amy will frequently draft advice, pleadings and schedules.
Prior to starting pupillage Amy studied Law at Queen Mary University of London and gained First Class awards in Medical Law and Company Law. Amy also competed in advocacy competitions at an international level and enjoyed her time advising on employment law matters at a Legal Advice Centre.
Amy has previously professionally trained as an actress at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA). In her spare time Amy enjoys going to the theatre, as well as playing netball, surfing and exploring the North East coast with her dog.
Amy has gained experience working on:
Amy is regularly instructed in small claims, fast track trials, CMCs and application hearings. Amy will frequently draft advice, pleadings and schedues.
Amy has experience in the following areas of employment law:
Amy has continues to grow a successful employment practice. She is happy to provide advice and representation at all stages of claim.
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Examples of work:
Amy recieves possitive feedback from both solicitors and lay clients.
"Amy was courteous and friendly. Her calm, patient manner was a great help to me along with her knowledge of the law."
"Amy made me feel at ease in the court room which can be quite nerve racking at times."
"Parklane Plowden and particularly Amy have a very bright future."
"My client emailed me to say that her barrister, Miss Amy Rumble, was brilliant."
Successful defence in multiday unfair and wrongful dismissal claim - Carroll v Hartlepool Borough Council
Successful representation for client based overseas in preliminary hearing to deal with territorial jurisdiction - N Langworthy v Angela Mortimer PLC
Successfully defended a claim for unfair dismissal - Mr S Young v Mike Pulman Limited
Successfully struck out claims for wrongful dismissal and unfair dismissal - Mr John Smith v Northumberland County Council
Successful defence at a preliminary hearing dealing with jurisdiction resulting in all claims being dismissed - N Kumari v Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Successful defence at a preliminary hearing dealing with jurisdiction resulting in all claims being dismissed - Mrs B Lees v The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Successful defence at a preliminary hearing dealing with jurisdiction - Mr D Hayden v Hain Daniels Group Limited
Representation at a reconsideration hearing concluding in Judgment being revoked - Mr S McGirr v Limencello Limited
BPTC, Very Competent, BPP Holborn (2016-2017), LLB (Hons) Queen Mary University of London (2.1) (2013-2016)
The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple;
Employment Lawyers Association;
The North of England Medico-Legal Society;
The Industiral Law Society.