• Biography

    Amanda Larrington is an English qualified solicitor. She focuses on offshore construction disputes that lead to either arbitration or litigation proceedings, acting on behalf of shipyards and buyers in the shipping, offshore, and oil and gas industries. Amanda has been recognised in the oil and gas section of the 2020 edition of The Legal 500 UK, Legalease, the international directory of law firms who reports “……Amanda Larrington (is) particularly notable.”   

    She has 10 years of experience in the field of construction disputes and has advised on domestic, onshore construction disputes, acting on behalf of employers, contractors and consultants, in arbitration, litigation  and adjudication proceedings.

    Amanda’s offshore construction practice includes experience with London arbitral proceedings, usually conducted under the LMAA rules. She has particular knowledge in offshore-related construction disputes concerning pre-delivery defects, responsibility for delay and associated cost overruns. In addition to her construction practice, Amanda has also advised on disputes concerning guarantees and letters of indemnity, and she has also acted for both charterers and owners in disputes arising out of time and bareboat charters.

    Her most recent experience includes London (LMMA) arbitrations concerning the late delivery of two semi-submersible drilling rigs, and High Court litigation arising out of refit works to a cruise ship.

    Amanda has written articles on offshore construction issues for publication in Lloyd’s List.

  • Education and Clerkships

    • Legal Practice Course, College of Law, Chester, 2001
    • LL.B. (Hons.), Leeds University, 1999
  • Admissions

    • England and Wales