Louise Woolrich > Carey Olsen > St Helier, Jersey > Lawyer Profile
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Dispute Resolution and Litigation; Trusts and Private Wealth; Regulatory
Louise is a partner in the dispute resolution and litigation team in Jersey. Louise is an experienced advocate and trust litigator, representing clients in contentious and semi contentious trust matters. She has also acted in corporate and fund disputes, and regularly advises clients on notices received under tax information exchange agreements (TIEAs).
Louise has authored articles for legal journals and regularly speaks in Jersey and overseas on developments in Jersey trust law.
Louise qualified as a Scottish solicitor in 2010, having obtained an LLB from the University of Glasgow in 2007 and a Diploma in Legal Practice in 2008. Having joined Carey Olsen in 2011, Louise qualified as an Advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey in 2015.
University of Glasgow
Clients praise the team at Carey Olsen for being ‘technically very strong, collaborative and user friendly‘, handling the spectrum of trust-related disputes, as well as fielding a strong contentious insolvency offering, where it represents funds and companies, boards of directors and shareholders. John Kelleher lead’s the firm-wide dispute resolution practice group, bringing to bear substantial contentious financial services experience. Marcus Pallot focuses on insolvencies, regulatory disputes and civil litigation, while Andreas Kistler is noted for the court-related aspects of trust and private wealth issues. William Grace dedicates his time to regulatory and white-collar criminal cases, acting on behalf of corporates. Counsel Richard Holden principally focuses on contentious trust issues, but has also developed an asset tracing and enforcement practice. Also of note is counsel Louise Woolrich, known for multi-jurisdictional trust disputes.
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- Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution
- Investment funds
- Private client, trusts and tax
- Dispute resolution > Regulatory and white-collar crime