Louise Rippon

Call: 2000    

Practice Overview


Louise advises and litigates in all areas of revenue law and judicial review related to tax. Her recent case in the Court of Appeal, which has received much attention, was Mansworth (Inspector of Taxes) v Jelley [2003] STC 53 (led by Michael Sherry). She is a visiting fellow at the Centre for Commercial Studies, Queen Mary, London University, where she teaches on the LLM. Involved in project teaching Human Rights to the General Commissioners.

Qualifications and Experience

Louise Rippon was called to the Bar in 2000 by Middle Temple (Blackstone Scholar) and joined Chambers in October 2001 following a successful six-month pupillage in Chambers. She studied for an LLB (Hons) in law at the University of Manchester, and went on to study for the LLM, specialising in commercial and corporate law, at the University of London (UCL).

 

Publications

Co-Editor of the Thirteenth Cumulative Supplement to the Third Edition of ‘Whiteman on Income Tax’ 2002.

 

Co-Editor of the Thirteenth Cumulative Supplement to the Fourth Edition of ‘Whiteman on Capital Gains Tax’ 2002.

 

Technical Editor for CCH Tax Statutes and Statutory Instruments 2002-03, 2003-04.

 

Articles: “Research and Development Tax Credits: the New Proposals” for ‘Tax Adviser’ August 2002; “The Wyman Debate” for “Tax Journal” June 2003.

 

Louise Rippon is currently on extended sabbatical.

Louise advises and litigates in all areas of revenue law and judicial review related to tax. Her recent case in the Court of Appeal, which has received much attention, was Mansworth (Inspector of Taxes) v Jelley [2003] STC 53 (led by Michael Sherry). She is a visiting fellow at the Centre for Commercial Studies, Queen Mary, London University, where she teaches on the LLM. Involved in project teaching Human Rights to the General Commissioners.