Louisa Warburton

Senior Lecturer

Faculty:Faculty of Business and Law

School:Economics, Finance and Law

Location: Cambridge

Areas of Expertise: Law

Louisa Warburton is a qualified (non-practising) solicitor, teaching primarily on the postgraduate Legal Practice Course.

Background

Louisa trained and practised as a tax disputes solicitor in London. She has acted for a range of clients from small businesses to FTSE 100 companies and high net worth individuals, assisting in relation to tax administration and tax disputes with HM Revenue and Customs.

Louisa uses her experience gained in practice to teach students about business and employment law on the Legal Practice Course (LPC). Louisa is also the Course Leader for our LLM Legal Practice, designed for LPC students (or those who have completed the Bar Professional Training Course or similar) to top-up their qualification to a Masters degree.

Qualifications

  • Legal Practice Course (with distinction), College of Law, York
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Law (with distinction), Leeds Metropolitan University
  • Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Geography Joint Honours, Leeds University

Memberships, editorial boards

  • Law Society

Selected recent publications

Foster, H and Warburton, L., 2011. Administrative Machinery. In: N. Lee, ed. 2011. Revenue Law: Principles and Practices. Haywards Heath: Bloomsbury Professional Ltd. Ch. 4.

Foster, H and Warburton, L., 2012. Discovery assessment post-Hankinson. Tax Journal (Issue 1109) pp14-16

Wentworth, M and Warburton, L., 2010. Football clubs. Tax Journal pp20-21.