Louise is an expert in contentious construction, energy and maritime law and professional negligence. She advises clients on construction, engineering, energy and shipbuilding projects and related professional negligence, both domestically and internationally.

Louise has acted on disputes in relation to bridges, car parks, commercial buildings, electricity sub-stations, energy-from-waste plants, anaerobic digestion plants, highways, hotels, LNG plants, prisons, process facilities, railways, residential developments, sewage works, tunnels, mines, wind farms, water attenuation facilities, water treatment facilities, cargo ships, drilling rigs, LNG carriers, passenger ferries and superyachts.

Louise is experienced in various forms of dispute resolution including litigation, international and domestic arbitration, adjudication and other alternative dispute resolution procedures. She advises on UK domestic forms of construction contract, including NEC and JCT, FIDIC, SAJ, AWES, BIMCO and bespoke contracts in various jurisdictions including England and Wales, Angola, the BVI, the Caribbean, China, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Norway, Sierra Leone and Tanzania.