Louise Desrosiers

Louise Desrosiers

Counsel, Cayman Islands

Louise is an experienced litigator called to the Bar (England and Wales) in 2006 and Cayman (2020). She completed her pupillage at Hardwick (Lincoln’s Inn, London) in 2009. More recently Louise practiced as a Barrister specialising in family law at Lamb Building (Chambers of Bernard Richmond QC, Middle Temple, London) where she remains a door tenant. She was admitted to appear in the Cayman Islands in March 2020.

Louise has demonstrated expertise and strong legal professional skills in alternative dispute resolution, family law, mediation, legal writing, and litigation. Prior to practicing at the Bar, she worked for a FTSE 100 company at a global level.

Louise is a family law specialist acting and with expertise in separation and divorce , children’s matters including contested contact and residence disputes; injunctive proceedings involving serious domestic violence; and matrimonial finance and related proceedings, including complex assets.

Louise has a particular interest in family cases involving autistic children and parents, or those with additional needs.

Louise is an overseas member of the Family Law Bar Association (England and Wales).

England and Wales 2006 (Gray’s Inn)

Admitted: Cayman Islands 2020
Education: (Scholar) Advanced International Advocacy Course at Keble College, Oxford
Bar Vocational Course, Northumbria University
LLB Law with Politics (and Geology), Keele University
Languages: English – Native

April 16th 2020 – Cayman Compass Q&A Ask the Experts – Family Law
April 9th 2020 – Curfew regulations explained for separated parents, children – Family Law
September 2015 -Autism and Child Arrangement Disputes – Family Law Week