“Laoiseach is a newly-qualified associate who focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation and international arbitration”
Laoiseach trained at White & Case between 2017 and 2019 and joined Cooke, Young & Keidan upon qualification as a solicitor in March 2019. During her time as a trainee, Laoiseach gained experience in both the general commercial litigation department in London and the international arbitration team in Paris where she worked with some of the market leading lawyers on a variety of disputes including proceedings in the English Commercial Court and cross-border arbitrations under LCIA and ICC rules. Laoiseach also gained experience in the bank finance regulatory and private equity departments.
Laoiseach has volunteered for a number of pro bono causes, including the Legal Advice Centre (University House) in East London, helping to provide advocacy to individuals making disability benefit appeals to the First Tier Tribunal.
2016 – BPP – Legal Professional Course (Distinction)
2015 – University of Law – Graduate Diploma in Law (Commendation)
2013 – St John’s College, University of Cambridge – BA Modern and Medieval Languages (French & German) (2:1)