The Clients

 
 
  “We recognise the part you played in stilling things and we are very grateful for it. I do hope that we do not have to communicate again, but am assured that, if we do, I shall receive first rate advice and help.”
  To a client’s PR adviser: “I have absolutely no doubt that a very nasty, vicious and unpleasant piece would have been published. Your and Amber's prompt action that Saturday prevented that from happening.”
  “Thank you so much for your hard work and a great result.”
“No question but you have done the most fantastic job.”
“My heartfelt thanks to you Amber for saving my bacon!”

Chambers and Partners 2007
EruditeAmber Melville-Brownis “a great lawyer for complex issues” and “will go the extra mile for her clients”.


Chambers and Partners 2006
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Safe pair of handsAmber Melville-Brownfights extremely hard” for her clients. Clients also praised her “fantastic writing abilities, her quality counsel and carrying a smile even in the toughest circumstances.”


Chambers and Partners 2005
BrilliantAmber Melville-Brown, who left Schillings to join David Price, won client confidence with her “ssuperb quality of advice and proactive correspondence.” She helped settle a claim for a reality TV contestant in the controversial programme 'There's Something About Miriam'. She also has advised several high-profile broadcasters and journalists, including GMTV's presenter and freelance writer Fiona Phillips.


Legal Experts 2007, 2006 and 2005
Amber is included in the by invitation only Legal 500 Experts Directory.

Legal 500 2005
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David Price Solicitors & Advocates name partner is admired by private practice lawyers and members of the Bar alike. His team was enhanced in October 2003 by the arrival of Amber Melville-Brown, formerly a partner at Schillings.

NCI Management (agent)
www.NCI-mamagement.co.uk
A forthright and “unstuffy” lawyer with an ability to demystify complicated legal issues and comment on media cases which may be dominating the headlines, such as the evolving law of privacy evidenced in Naomi Campbell’s victory at the House of Lords, or other media issues relating to high profile sports personalities and celebrities.

Law Gazette

www.lawgazette.co.uk

The widest circulation weekly newspaper for legal profession in Europe, the Gazette aims to keep lawyers fully informed of all developments likely to impact, directly or indirectly, on legal practice. The Gazette's team of specialist lawyer contributors update the profession on a wide range of specialist areas in the Gazette in Practice section. Amber Melville-Brown is valued for her knowledge of her specialist subject as well as her ability to educate and inform in an interesting and entertaining style.



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