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Louisa Salmon is an Associate in King & Spalding's London office and a member of the Trial and Global Disputes practice. Her practice involves High Court litigation, international arbitration and international law. 

Louisa has diverse commercial practice. She has been involved in multiple jurisdictions and industries, including finance, construction and oil and gas, and has appeared before High Court and County Courts around the country. 

Prior to joining King & Spalding, Louisa completed her training at a magic circle barristers' chambers. 

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Credentials

LL.M., University of Cambridge, UK, First Class Honours

B.A. Law (Jurisprudence), University of Cambridge, UK, First Class Honours

England and Wales

Shortlisted for Amnesty International Young Journalist of the Year Award, 2011


Amnesty International

Milon Banerji Law Prize, 2013


Clare College, University of Cambridge

Major Scholarship, 2017


Inner Temple

Honorary Scholarship, 2015


Clare College, University of Cambridge

Rebecca Flower Scholar, 2016


University of Cambridge

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Recognition

Shortlisted for Amnesty International Young Journalist of the Year Award, 2011


Amnesty International

Milon Banerji Law Prize, 2013


Clare College, University of Cambridge

Major Scholarship, 2017


Inner Temple

Honorary Scholarship, 2015


Clare College, University of Cambridge

Rebecca Flower Scholar, 2016


University of Cambridge

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Article · Source: Practical Law, Arbitration Blog

July 5, 2019
Challenging procedural decisions

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Insights

Article · Source: Practical Law, Arbitration Blog

July 5, 2019
Challenging procedural decisions

View all

Credentials

LL.M., University of Cambridge, UK, First Class Honours

B.A. Law (Jurisprudence), University of Cambridge, UK, First Class Honours

England and Wales

Shortlisted for Amnesty International Young Journalist of the Year Award, 2011


Amnesty International

Milon Banerji Law Prize, 2013


Clare College, University of Cambridge

Major Scholarship, 2017


Inner Temple

Honorary Scholarship, 2015


Clare College, University of Cambridge

Rebecca Flower Scholar, 2016


University of Cambridge

Icon close

Close

Recognition

Shortlisted for Amnesty International Young Journalist of the Year Award, 2011


Amnesty International

Milon Banerji Law Prize, 2013


Clare College, University of Cambridge

Major Scholarship, 2017


Inner Temple

Honorary Scholarship, 2015


Clare College, University of Cambridge

Rebecca Flower Scholar, 2016


University of Cambridge