I am a Commercial Solicitor with experience working with a wide variety of clients from sole traders to multinational public companies in a range of sectors including aerospace, professional services, manufacturing and technology. I am also a Notary Public, and provide a full range of notarial services to commercial firms and private clients.
Louisa joined Clayden Law in April 2021. She completed her training contract at BrookStreet des Roches LLP and Knights plc in September 2019, qualifying into a role within the Commercial team at Knights plc.
Louisa provides day-to-day commercial support for Clayden Law’s technology and tech-enabled clients including drafting and reviewing a wide range of commercial contracts in both a B2B and B2C context (including supply of goods and services contracts, terms and conditions, consultancy agreements, distribution agreements, non-disclosure agreements, deeds of novation and deeds of variation). She can provide clients with assistance on contract negotiations.
Louisa also has data protection law experience including drafting and reviewing data protection documents (such as data protection policies, privacy notices, CCTV policies and cookie policies) and supporting clients with data subject access requests.
Louisa is also a Notary Public (a separate branch of the legal profession) and produces notarial acts for both commercial firms and private clients. In her capacity as a Notary Public, Louisa authenticates and certifies documents and signatures, and checks identity, authority and capacity in relation to documents being used abroad. In addition, Louisa advises on and arranges apostilles from the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office, as well as consular and embassy legalisation.
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