Call: 2009 (Lincoln’s Inn)

Practice Areas: Credit Hire | Personal Injury – Commercial and ChanceryCivil  Employment

Louise read Law at Lancaster University before completing the Bar Vocation Course at Manchester Metropolitan University, achieving the classification Very Competent. Louise was awarded the Sir Thomas Moore Scholarship by Lincoln’s Inn and was called to the bar in 2009. She is an experienced advocate in the county courts having previously worked for LPC and Ashley Taylors prior to commencing pupillage and has conducted thousands of hearings over the past 10 years.

Having joined Chambers after completing a Commercial pupillage under the supervision of Mr Richard Gray, Louise gained a sound understanding of financial matters and dealing with high net worth individuals.

Louise is keen to accept work across all the areas of law covered by the Chancery and Commercial team.

Louise has a general commercial and chancery practice including advocacy and advice in relation to real property, mortgages, landlord and tenant, company law (including shareholder disputes) partnerships, probate, professional negligence and trusts, general commercial and contractual disputes including construction and interpretation of clauses, debt claims, banking, sale of goods & consumer credit. Louise also drafts trust and other deeds of arrangements (all types).

Louise works in the field of property litigation with a particular emphasis on mortgage and landlord and tenant matters, both residential and commercial and has undertaken a vast amount of work relating to possession proceedings commenced under CPR 55, as well as under s8 and s21 of the Housing Act.

In addition, Louise deals with insolvency, including personal and corporate insolvency, administration, directors’ disqualification, Individual Voluntary Arrangements & Company Voluntary Arrangements.

Louise has advised on matters relating to liability, construction of clauses, validity of wills,

Louise is happy to accept instructions on a Direct Access basis.