- Practice Groups
- 2005 Called to the Bar
For further information please contact:
David Wright, Principal Clerk 020 7421 5300
Louise became at tenant at Tanfield in 2006, following successful completion of pupillage. She is noted as being a very down-to-earth and client-friendly barrister, having the ability to put clients at ease and explain matters in a clear and plain-English manner.
Louise’s particular areas of expertise are:
Employment and Discrimination:
Louise has appeared in a wide range of employment law cases in both Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal. She has also acted in a number of breach of contract and restrictive covenant cases in the county courts and High Court.
She also has experience in international administrative law, having represented employees in internal hearings at international institutions which are not subject to the jurisdiction of English employment law.
Louise acts in all areas of personal injury law.
Further details of Louise’s experience in the above two areas can be obtained by clicking on “Experience” in the top right hand corner of the page.
Louise also speaks fluent French and German and has a basic level of Spanish and Polish.
Louise has regularly advised and appeared in a wide range of employment law cases in Tribunals, the Employment Appeal Tribunal, county courts and the High Court, including matters relating to:
• Unfair Dismissal
• Equal pay
• Unlawful Deduction from Wages
• Working Time
• Transfer of Undertakings (TUPE)
• Restrictive Covenants
• Breach of Contract
• International Administrative Law
Louise acts for both Claimants and Respondents and has particular knowledge of local authority procedures and policies, having advised and acted for numerous London Boroughs and County Councils.
Louise has experience in a very wide range of personal injury claims - from simple fast track matters, to complex multiple injury cases – including:
• Accidents in the Workplace
• Road Traffic Accidents
• Slipping and Tripping
• Fatal Accident Claims
Louise is available to undertake advisory, drafting or advocacy work in the above areas.
Wimbledon Central Residents Association v Liu 
Successfully argued that the Court had jurisdiction to allow an appeal against a consent order in circumstances where rather than making a set aside application, the Claimant had appealed against it.
Member, Employment Lawyers’ Association
Member, Employment Law Bar Association
Common Professional Examination (London)
Lincoln’s Inn Hardwicke Scholar