The March issue of the Manchester Law Society features Managing Partner and Supervising Solicitor Louise Straw discussing her time at Burton Copeland, and addressing the impact technology has had on the firm in lockdown.
Louise covers in the piece some of the proudest cases she has worked on, citing ongoing and past cases. Louise is also asked to explore some of the biggest challenges she has faced whilst working in the profession, explaining the frustration of the stereotypes that come along with working on legal cases.
Louise is the managing partner and supervising solicitor at the firm, she also heads the Crown Court Department and carries a full and varied case load. Louise is also a member of The Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn and The Law Society. She is a past President of Manchester Law Society and the current Chair of the Legal Education Committee of Manchester Law Society. She is a current Duty Solicitor in Greater Manchester and holds a Criminal Law Solicitors Association (CLSA) qualification.
Read Louise’s full article here.