Louise completed her undergraduate degree in European Studies from Trinity College Dublin and has a Masters in European Economic and Public Affairs from UCD. Louise trained in Matheson Ormsby Prentice Solicitors (now Matheson Solicitors) in Dublin and qualified in 2005. On qualification she worked in the areas of EC law and Litigation & Regulatory law and during that time she also completed a Masters in EC Competition Law from Kings College London. In early 2012, Louise joined the Central Bank of Ireland where she is currently working.
Louise has co-authored and published a number of articles on EC, Competition law and Regulatory law. She lectures and tutors European law in the law school of the Law Society and is Vice Chairperson of the Law Society’s EU & International Affairs Committee.
(Appointed to the Board September 2014)