Louise Eardley

Louise Eardley

Trainee solicitor

E: Louise@matthewgold.co.uk

Louise joined Matthew Gold & Co as a trainee solicitor in August 2017. She works from the London office and her first seat is with the civil claims team, assisting in claims against the police and local authorities and supporting bereaved families at inquests.

Louise joined Matthew Gold & Co from the Howard League for Penal Reform, where she was employed as a caseworker specialising in prison law.

In 2017 she received a Distinction in her Legal Practice Course at London Metropolitan University, having gained her Graduate Diploma in Law from the University of Law in London. Her bachelor degree was History and Politics at Keele University in Staffordshire, where she graduated with a 2:1 in 2012.

She has previously volunteered as an Appropriate Adult with Sutton Council, supporting young people and vulnerable adults at custody centres, and has also volunteered as a debt advisor at South West London Law Centres.

Outside the office she enjoys travelling and has spent time volunteering with a human rights NGO in Cambodia. She is a member of Young Legal Aid Lawyers and Police Action Lawyers’ Group.

Louise Eardley

Louise Eardley

Trainee solicitor

E: Louise@matthewgold.co.uk

Louise joined Matthew Gold & Co as a trainee solicitor in August 2017. She works from the London office and her first seat is with the civil claims team, assisting in claims against the police and local authorities and supporting bereaved families at inquests.

Louise joined Matthew Gold & Co from the Howard League for Penal Reform, where she was employed as a caseworker specialising in prison law.

In 2017 she received a Distinction in her Legal Practice Course at London Metropolitan University, having gained her Graduate Diploma in Law from the University of Law in London. Her bachelor degree was History and Politics at Keele University in Staffordshire, where she graduated with a 2:1 in 2012.

She has previously volunteered as an Appropriate Adult with Sutton Council, supporting young people and vulnerable adults at custody centres, and has also volunteered as a debt advisor at South West London Law Centres.

Outside the office she enjoys travelling and has spent time volunteering with a human rights NGO in Cambodia. She is a member of Young Legal Aid Lawyers and Police Action Lawyers’ Group.