Viewing: Real Estate for Louise Corfield

Louise enjoys practicing across a spectrum of land and property work.
She has extensive experience of advising and representing both claimants and defendants in TOLATA matters and is regularly instructed in disputes over rights of way, boundaries, and proprietary estoppel claims. She has recently secured a Declaration of trust and Order for Sale of a Property in a protracted TOLATA matter and is advising another client about the TOLATA implications of a portfolio of jointly owned properties.
She also has considerable experience in landlord and tenant matters including experience of advising on and obtaining vesting orders in cases of insolvency and missing/untraceable landlords. She has recently conducted a multi-day trial relating to alleged breaches of a tenancy agreement and involving complex expert evidence, securing an excellent and unexpected positive result for a landlord.
Louise strives to deliver both to her professional and lay clients and prides herself on her ability to build a good rapport with those whom she represents. She has had exposure to a wide variety of court work and tribunals, which provides her with a strong practical base and substantial advocacy experience.
Louise has experience of hearings at all levels and regularly appears in the High court and the County Court, including multi day trials and appeals to the High Court. She regularly advises pre-action through to trial and drafts pleadings and applications.
Louise is also an experienced negotiator, having extensive experience obtaining settlements for clients by representing them at FDR Hearings, round table settlement meetings and mediations. She has had considerable success obtaining favourable settlements for clients at both an early stage and when brought into long running contentious cases.
Recommendations
“She’s an incredibly bright, effective, robust and brilliant opponent and barrister. You know you’re going to have a good, clean fight and where pragmatism needs to be applied it will be.” “Louise is incredibly studious and very reliable in terms of response time - she does what she says when she says.”
Chambers UK 2021
“She combines excellent legal knowledge with a commercially-minded and practical approach.”
Legal 500 2021 (Chancery, Probate and Tax)
“Her advocacy, oral submissions and cross-examination are focused and persuasive.”
Legal 500 2021 (Property and Construction)
“She’s practical and easy to deal with. She’s more interested in finding solutions than winning technical arguments.” “Louise offers a fantastic service. She is fast, knowledgeable and extremely helpful.”
Chambers UK 2020
“Very good with clients, she can explain complex legal issues carefully without being patronising.”
Legal 500 2020
“Apart from being very clever, she is very good with clients. She is able to deliver a difficult message and doesn’t shy away from being honest with them. You feel that she is on your side. Louise is always very astute.”
Chambers UK 2019
“Recommended for contentious probate matters.”
Legal 500 2019
“Very quick on her feet and very clever in terms of her arguments. She was able to take a huge amount of research and boil it down into very salient legal points. She’s very personable and extremely good with clients. Her papers are always very good. On her feet she came across very well too. She’s enthusiastic and it shows.”
Chambers UK 2018
Memberships
The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
Chancery Bar Association
Committee member of the Midlands Commercial and Chancery Bar Association
Qualifications
BA Hons Jurisprudence, First Class, Oxford University
BVC graded ‘Very Competent’, Inns of Court School of Law
Inner Temple Major Scholarship (2007)

Latest News & Publications

No5 is delighted to announce that Louise Corfield has qualified as an accredited mediator. Having already being recognised by the directories as incredibly studious whilst having a commercially-minded and practical approach Louise will also add 12 years of experience litigating in the High Court/Business and Property Courts to her mediation approach....

Date: Tue, 02 Mar 2021
The Wills Act 1837 Order 2020 means that it is now possible to witness a will via a video call....

Date: Thu, 21 Jan 2021
No5 are actively promoting diversity and inclusion from application to tenancy...

Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2020