Amy joined ORG in January 2019. Her work focuses on digital rights issues in the context of Brexit and online free expression.
Amy has previously worked on a range of UK, EU and International legal and policy issues, including prisoner rights, child sex trafficking and freedom of religion or belief (FORB). She has written widely for online legal journals and blogs, with a particular interest in freedom of expression. She holds a degree in Law from the University of Cambridge and a Masters in Public International Law (Human Rights) from the University of Utrecht, Netherlands.