Louise McCabe

Call: 1996

Introduction

Rated as ‘Band One’ in Chambers & Partners, Louise is a specialist Financial Remedy and Inquest practitioner, who is well respected and highly thought of for both the quality of her Court performance and the extremely practical advice she gives at every stage of proceedings. Louise will be extremely robust when required, but is also very sensitive to the vulnerabilities of clients. She has an excellent ‘bedside manner’. She is a fearsome advocate, and particularly skilled at conducting cross examination.

When called upon to fight, she has been described by clients as capable of taking the other side “to pieces” but will still use her best efforts to remove parties from litigation at every stage of proceedings where possible. She is extremely practical and commercial in her approach.

She also has valuable judicial experience, she is a Deputy District Judge sitting in Civil and Family throughout the midlands, also regularly sitting as an assistant Coroner for Staffordshire.

What the Directories Say:

“A tenacious advocate who gives sound financial advice.” “Brilliant on her feet.” – Chambers and Partners

“She is outstanding. A rare mixture of eminently sensible intelligence and problem solving, but if she needs to stand her ground, by golly does she stand her ground.” – Chambers & Partners

“outstanding law client skills… she is able to see the key issues quickly and communicate them effectively to lay clients” – Chambers & Partners

“She is my standout of the year, and a highly skilled advocate with business acumen like no one else” – Chambers & Partners

“Louise is always fantastically well prepared” – Legal 500

Louise is a leader in the Birmingham market for Ancillary Relief work and is an “absolute star” – Legal 500

“Louise McCabe is a stellar performer who proceeds in a proactive and practical way” – Legal 500

Qualifications and Appointments:

  • Inns of Court School of Law (Very Competent);
  • BA Law – Durham University (2.1);
  • Rugby High School for Girls

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