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Louise White


Louise was admitted to practise in 2004 commencing as a law clerk with the Department of Public Prosecutions in Brisbane, and later as a legal officer in Wakefield Chambers. Louise relocated to Melbourne where she joined the Victorian Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions as a legal officer in County Court Appeals and later, as a legal officer in General Prosecutions. Louise has been involved in the preparation and prosecutions of criminal matters ranging from sex offences, drugs, violent crime, appeals against sentence and she has considerable experience as an advocate in various jurisdictions.

Louise took a different path for some years operating her own business as a trainer and coach and after 5 years, achieved professional status with the IFBB in Women’s Physique where she has competed internationally.

Louise retuned to criminal law in 2020 as a defence lawyer in a boutique private practise where she also practised in family law. Here she gained considerable experience in traffic matters, parole, return to prison warrants, sexual offences, and serious drug matters involving trafficking and importation.

Louise prides herself on the results she achieves for her clients, is strategic and dedicated to achieving the best possible outcome.




Juris Doctor Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice