Amy Cooke is an English qualified barrister and associate in the London office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP.
She practices in the firm’s Dispute Resolution Group and specializes in white collar investigations. Her recent work includes large-scale multi-jurisdictional disputes and investigations in the financial services sector.
Prior to joining Gibson Dunn, Amy was a lawyer at the Serious Fraud Office where she gained extensive experience of complex fraud and bribery investigations and prosecutions involving both corporate entities and high net worth individuals. She also dealt with a number of confiscation and restraint matters.
Amy also has a wide range of advocacy experience from her time at the independent bar, during which she handled a variety of criminal and civil cases.
College of Law - 2006 Bar Vocational Course
College of Law - 2005 Graduate Diploma in Law
University of Birmingham - 2004 Bachelor of Arts
England & Wales - Barrister