Amy Harvey

Amy Harvey


Amy joined Banks Kelly in June 2013 as a Paralegal, qualifying as a Solicitor in November 2017.

After graduating from the University of Sussex with a First-Class Honours in English Language, Amy continued to achieve a Distinction in the Graduate Diploma of Law. Whilst completing her undergraduate degree, Amy studied abroad at the Pennsylvania State University where she travelled around the United States (US) alongside her studies. Having obtained a Distinction on the LPC, Amy began a period of recognised legal training at Banks Kelly.

Amy currently works as a solicitor in the litigation department at Banks Kelly and has experience in a variety of legal fields, including but not limited to Family, Employment, Personal Injury and Private Client.

Alongside her employment at Banks Kelly, Amy regularly volunteers for the charity North London Cares, which aims to combat isolation and loneliness amongst all age groups. In her free time, Amy enjoys attending music festivals such as Glastonbury and The Great Escape. Her love of travelling sparked whilst studying in the US, and since then she has visited India, Greece and the Amalfi Coast. In 2017, Amy completed the Royal Parks Half Marathon in aid of North London Cares.

What our clients say

"My wife and I would again like to thank Amy at Banks Kelly Solicitors for the professionalism and high standards with which our successful application has been handled"


"Amy dealt with all matters relating to my late Mother’s Will in a very efficient and caring manner.”


"Amy at Banks Kelly was professional and responsive with clear and precise communication. She helped me to resolve an existing dispute (as well as a potential one) within a few weeks, which was a real efficient turnaround time span for similar legal issues. This meant a lot to me particularly at the time when I was applying for 2 remortgages, which would not have gone through smoothly if the disputes were upheld. I will definitely recommend Amy and Banks Kelly to those who encounter similar legal difficulty."