Louise is interested in the full spectrum of Chambers’ family law expertise, including private law children, public law children, financial remedies and Court of Protection. She has recently completed her pupillage under the supervision of Malcolm Chisholm, Duncan Watson and Laura Briggs.
Louise has previously worked at a domestic violence charity, setting up their young people’s project. She has experience of advocating for young people at Child Protection Conferences, Looked After Child Reviews and Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences. Louise is particularly interested in matters which involve domestic violence, as well as criminal and sexual exploitation.
During her legal studies, Louise volunteered with the National Centre for Domestic Violence and was a paralegal with Just for Kids Law, a youth justice charity. Louise’s masters thesis looked at the division of non-matrimonial assets in financial proceedings.
05 October 2022
Louise Verroken-Jones has been appointed to the Court of Protection Bar Association Committee
It is very pleasing to see that Louise Verroken-Jones has been appointed to the Court of Protection Bar Association (CPBA) committee as one of the representatives under 7 years call.