Louise Hall - Partner
- Advocate in Guernsey, 1995
- Solicitor in England and Wales, 1989
- Advising on employment aspects of major business separations
- Advising on Guernsey law aspects of global restructuring
- Advising on senior executive severance
*Note: use of an asterisk against a lawyer's name means that this lawyer is qualified in a jurisdiction other than Guernsey and is not a Guernsey Advocate.
More About Louise Hall
Louise is a founding partner of AO Hall. She advises on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment matters including terms and conditions, dismissals, disciplinary issues, restructurings and housing licence applications. She also advises clients on strategic decision-making with human resource implications.
Louise has been ranked First Tier by Legal 500 and Band 1 by Chambers Europe.
Louise is a regular speaker on employment law issues. She also works closely with the GTA University Centre and her institutional client base to deliver innovative training in her specialist area.
In 2005, Louise was instrumental in establishing the Guernsey Employment Bar Association. She is the Employment Lawyers Association representative in Guernsey.
Certificat d’Etudes Juridiques Françaises et Normandes - Université de Caen Basse-Normandie, France, 1990
Common Professional Examination, Chester Law School, 1985 - 1986
Bachelor of Science - UMIST, 1985
Advocate in Guernsey, 1995
Solicitor in England and Wales, 1989
Advising on employment aspects of major business separations
Advising on Guernsey law aspects of global restructuring
Advising on senior executive severance