Amy’s main practice areas are corporate and maritime law. She frequently advises in corporate restructurings, mergers and acquisitions, incorporations, joint ventures, ship registration and finance and marine litigation. She also assists in matters relating to commercial contracts, competition law, data protection and intellectual property rights, Anti-Money Laundering and Compliance, regulated activities and services.
She is active in the context of both domestic and cross-border transactions. Amy acted as co-counsel in the successful arrest and eventual sale by judicial auction of the 95-metre luxury Yacht ‘Indian Empress’ for executing creditor Melita Power Diesel Limited.
Amy graduated from the University of Malta with an LLB (with Social Studies) in 2012 and obtained her Doctor of Law in 2015 after having successfully defended her thesis on beneficial ownership in the context of in rem actions.
She later continued her studies and today holds a PGDip (International Business Law) and LLM (Maritime Law) both from the University of London (UCL/Queen Mary).
She was admitted to the bar in 2016.
Chamber of Advocates
Malta Maritime Law Association
Maltese and English