Louise completed her law degree at the University of Sheffield earning a First Class LLB (Honours) and went on to study the BTC at Nottingham Law School.
Throughout her studies, Louise has achieved a number of awards including the Taylor Award for outstanding academic contribution on the BTC, a Lord Denning Scholarship from Lincoln’s Inn, the Kirkland and Ellis Prize for the top performance in property law and the Oxford University Press Law Prize for achieving the best overall performance in first year.
Louise joined chambers as a third six pupil in September 2023 to develop a practice in personal injury, having completed a mixed common law pupillage elsewhere. She is supervised by Samuel Shelton and Jason Cox.
Louise’s journey to the Bar began after being involved in an RTA and bringing a personal injury claim. Throughout her studies, she ran a successful business as an Executive Assistant providing administrative, finance and marketing support to businesses. Prior to this, she worked in the equestrian industry, organising an international Olympic-qualifying three day event and working for a leading equestrian publication. Louise has also worked as a charity project manager and expedition leader in rural Tanzania and Malawi.
As a result of her experience, Louise is a confident and measured advocate who produces quality work to tight deadlines. She prides herself on being approachable, insightful and empathetic to both professional and lay clients alike.
Outside of her work, Louise enjoys walking her dog in the Peaks, equestrian sport and a nice glass of wine!
- BTC (Very Competent) Nottingham Law School
- LLB (First Class), University of Sheffield
- Midland Circuit
- Taylor Award for Outstanding Academic Contribution (Nottingham Law School)
- Lord Denning Scholarship (Lincoln’s Inn)
- Oxford University Press Law Prize (University of Sheffield)
- Kirkland & Ellis Property Prize (University of Sheffield)