Amanda Brown QC

Partner, KPMG Law - Solicitor Advocate (Higher Rights Civil Proceedings)

KPMG in the UK

Amanda is a tax disputes lawyer in the KPMG Law team. She advises on a full range of tax dispute and litigation services assisting clients to understand the legal context of tax advice, drafting of documentation associated with tax arrangements, disputes and litigation.

Amanda advises on all taxes direct and indirect.  She has extensive litigation experience; she is one of the few litigators across the big 4 and law firms that advocate on behalf of clients, appearing on behalf of household names and leading QCs. She is Higher Rights qualified and has appeared as Advocate at all levels.

Where Amanda advocates the potential gap between instructing solicitor and barrister/QC is eliminated. 

Amanda is a CEDR accredited mediator and in December 2014 was appointed as a Fee Paid Judge in the First Tier Tribunal (Tax Chamber) recognising her potential as a judge and as an accomplished advocate and tax lawyer.

Areas of expertise
Disputes Legal Services Litigation Tax Transfer Pricing
Education and qualifications
  • Accounting & Law, University of Manchester

  • Law Society Finals - GradeFirst, College of Law Chester

Areas of expertise
  • Disputes

  • Legal Services

  • Litigation

  • Tax

  • Transfer pricing