Amy is an Associate within Camilleri Preziosi’s Regulatory, EU and Litigation practice group and her main areas of practice are real estate and construction, infrastructure, energy and resources, competition and EU law, and shipping and yachting.
Amy joined the firm as a trainee in 2015. In 2017, she completed the degree of Doctor of Laws at the University of Malta, successfully defending a thesis entitled “An Examination of the Role of Advisory Opinions under International Law”. Amy also obtained a Master’s degree in Commercial Law, specializing in Maritime and Transport Law, at the Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands in 2018, successfully defending a dissertation entitled “Conformity in International Sales: The Implied Obligations of a Seller under the CISG”. In the same year, Amy was admitted to the bar.
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