Louise di Mambro

Louise was called to the Bar in 1976 and spent the first 20 years of her career as a member of the Government Legal Service in the Treasury Solicitor’s Department and the Lord Chancellor’s Department. In 1997, Louise joined the court staff in the Court of Appeal, Civil Division and was subsequently appointed as a Deputy Master, a role which involved working in the Royal Courts of Justice. She then became Deputy Head of the Judicial Office of the House of Lords, before becoming Acting – and then permanently – Registrar of the Privy Council in 2009. Louise was also appointed as the first Registrar of the UK Supreme Court when it was established in 2009.

Louise received an OBE in the 2021 New Year’s honours list for services to the administration of justice.

She is a Bencher of the Middle Temple.