Nottingham crime solicitor Louise Winning qualified as a solicitor in 2012 and qualified as a duty solicitor in 2016. She has worked in the field of criminal law since 2002. During that time Louise has gained significant experience as a police station representative, crown court and prison law litigator, and Magistrates’ Court advocate and duty solicitor.
Louise has provided advocacy before District Judges at prison adjudications and before the Parole Board in lengthy and complex oral hearings.
She currently specialises in advocacy before the Magistrates’ Court with a particular specialisation representing clients before the Youth Court or those charged with allegations of domestic violence.
Louise is a hardworking solicitor committed to fighting her client’s case. Her negotiation skills and adversarial advocacy have been developed to a high standard. If instructing Louise, clients will meet a confident advocate who will challenge evidence and argue strongly for the best outcome for them.
Louise was voted local Law Society Trainee Solicitor of the Year 2012. She won the Hammond Cup advocacy award in 2011 and 2012, both of the years she was eligible to enter. She has helped Nottingham Law School undergraduates with understanding the process of training to be a solicitor, and has been an active member of the Junior Law Division of the local Law Society.