Amanda Savage > 4 New Square Chambers > London, England > Lawyer Profile

4 New Square Chambers
4 New Square

Living Wage


Practises across the range of chambers work, including commercial litigation and professional negligence, with a particular emphasis on cases involving barristers and solicitors, financial professionals and valuers. Increasing experience of insurance disputes. Reported cases include: Milton Furniture Ltd v Brit Insurance Ltd [2014] EWHC 965 (QB), Greene Wood McLean LLP (in administration) v Templeton Insurance Ltd [2010] EWHC 2679 (Comm), Patel v Air India Ltd and Anor [2010] EWCA Civ 443, Williams v Thompson Leatherdale [2008] EWHC 2574 (2009) PNLR 15, Taylor v Crotty [2006] EWCA Civ 1364; Daniels v Thompson [2004] EWCA Civ 307, (2004) PLNR 33; London Fire and Emergency Authority v Meritor and Renault [2003] EWHC 2411 (TCC) and Brown v Bennett [2001] 1 WLR 713.


Qualified 1999; called to the Bar 2000 on completion of pupillage; Middle Temple; research assistant at Law Commission (full-time) 1997-98; part-time tutor in Law, UCL 1998-99; part-time judicial assistant, Court of Appeal October-December 2000.


Basic French.


Professional Negligence Bar Association, COMBAR; Chancery Bar Association.


The Ecclesbourne School, Derbyshire; King’s College, London (1996 LLB Hons); Worcester College, Oxford (1997 BCL).


Spending time with young family, music.

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Insurance and reinsurance

(Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 5

Amanda Savage KC4 New Square

London Bar > Professional disciplinary and regulatory law

(Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 4

Amanda Savage KC – 4 New SquareAmanda has particular insight into the workings of the Bar Tribunal. She is very good with clients under stress, combining a sensitive, caring style with a realistic and thoughtful approach to the issues.

London Bar > Professional negligence

(Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 4

Amanda Savage KC4 New SquareAmanda is great.  Very easy to work with.  She has a great manner and is good at getting to the heart of a matter.  Good at judging the overall merit of a matter and cutting through the dross.  Excellent at defending wasted costs claims in particular.’