Chohan, Amita

Amita Chohan

Barrister
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Amita Chohan concentrates her practice in dispute resolution and insolvency. Her experience includes working on matters involving asset tracing and recovery, bankruptcy and debtor-creditor disputes, international judgment enforcement, offshore asset recovery and government defense work.

Amita concentrates on banking and finance litigation, reorganisation, restructuring and insolvency. In particular, she has experience in advising asset-based lenders on disputes, including title, misrepresentation, professional negligence, insolvency and fraud issues.

Amita Chohan concentrates her practice in dispute resolution and insolvency. Her experience includes working on matters involving asset tracing and recovery, bankruptcy and debtor-creditor disputes, international judgment enforcement, offshore asset recovery and government defense work.

Amita concentrates on banking and finance litigation, reorganisation, restructuring and insolvency. In particular, she has experience in advising asset-based lenders on disputes, including title, misrepresentation, professional negligence, insolvency and fraud issues.

Amita is actively involved in doing pro bono work, including regularly giving advice in the Royal Courts of Justice Advice Bureau. She is also a member of the Firm's Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

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Education
  • The Bar Professional Training Course, The University of Law, Birmingham, 2013
  • B.A. (Hons), Law and Business Studies (Qualifying Law Degree), The University of Warwick and Warwick Business School, 2012
Languages
  • Gujarati
  • Hindi
Professional History
    • English Barrister (Associate), Baker & Partners, Jersey (2018-2019)
    • Admitted to the Bar of England and Wales (2018)
    • Pupil Barrister, 5 Stone Buildings, London (March 2018-Sept 2018)
    • Pupil Barrister, Baker & Partners, Jersey (Sept 2017-March 2018)
    • Analyst, Kobre & Kim LLP, London (2015-2017)
    • Called to the Bar of England and Wales by The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple (2013)