Amber was appointed Lecturer in Law at the School of Law and Social Justice in September 2013. Prior to joining the School, Amber was a Ph.D student funded by a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) Scholarship at the University of Manchester (2009-2013). Amber completed her MA in Healthcare Law and Ethics at the University of Manchester (2007-2008), and graduated in Law (LLB Honours) from the University of Glasgow (2003-2007).
In 2015-16, Amber was awarded up to £2,000 funding by the University of Liverpool Global Health Funding, to support a series of interdisciplinary seminars on the theme of children's health and the regulation of decision-making about children's health. In 2016-17, Amber was awarded up to £3,000 funding by the University of Liverpool International Network Fund, to develop a project on child health and wellbeing in Pakistan, with a view to applying for Global Challenges Research Funding (GCRF) in future. In September 2017, Amber completed a visiting fellowship with the New York Legal Assistance Group, an organisation that manages medical legal partnerships in New York, with research and practice focusing on social determinants of health.
- Visiting Scholar (Yale University, Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics, and The Hastings Center, under the Yale-Hastings Program in Ethics and Health Policy 2014)
- 2012 Law and Science Young Scholars Informal Symposium Fondazione Maugeri Prize (Prize, European Centre for Law Science and New Technologies (ECLT), University of Pavia, Italy 2012)
- Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) Scholarship (University of Manchester School of Law 2009)
- Deputy Director of Undergraduate Recruitment
- Member of the University of Liverpool Research Ethics Committee
- 2013-16 Deputy Director of Postgraduate Programmes in Law
- 2013-16 Director of the Hodgson Law Scholarship