Amanda Pinto QC specialises in corporate crime, money laundering, corruption, art crime and business wrong-doing at the Chambers of Andrew Mitchell QC, 33 Chancery Lane. Her practice focuses on trans-national and jurisdictional issues. She is Chair of the International Committee of the Bar Council, a Recorder, a Bencher on the Executive Committee of Middle Temple and a Trustee of the Slynn Foundation, which works to improve justice systems, the rule of law and understanding of human rights around the world. She regularly writes and speaks on corporate criminal liability and rule of law issues.
Why First 100 Years is Important
The First 100 Years project is both a wonderful celebration and an important reminder that the place of women in our legal system has been hard fought and that headway has been made by the resolute determination of practitioners. Every career progression and every judicial appointment changes the norm for our justice system and improves the perception of access to justice to everyone’s advantage. By remaining strong and supporting our colleagues to develop and retain excellent legal practices, we will continue the path our predecessors set. The First 100 Years project commemorates that journey with all its accomplishments and hurdles. I am excited to help change the landscape started 100 Years ago and re-fashioned throughout the last century, for one that is more equal and inclusive – and more effective as a result.