Amber holds a PhD in Law from University College London. She is also Barrister from Lincoln’s Inn and holds a Bachelor of Arts Cum Laude in Economics (with a concentration in International Economic Relations) and English Literature (with Honors) from Bryn Mawr College, USA. In 2014, Amber was enrolled as an Advocate as the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Amber has worked with prominent constitutional and corporate law firms in Pakistan. She has also served as the Executive Director (Law), Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan for a period of two years.
She is a Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Law, Economics & Society (CLES) and a Teaching Fellow at UCL where she works in the areas of competition law, law and development, comparative law, intellectual property rights and company law. Amber’s most recent research in focuses on a qualitative and quantitative comparative analysis of the impact of transfer strategies adopted by India and Pakistan in acquiring their competition laws on the subsequent implementation of these laws in the countries. The research particularly focuses on the roles of legal and political institutions on the transfer process and implementation of these laws. Amber has also contributed to the Draft Global Food Value Chains and Competition Law BRICS Report, with a special focus on the Indian food sector.
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