Louis Biggs

Louis Biggs


Email [email protected]​hoganlovells.com

Phone +44 20 7296 2262

Fax +44 20 7296 2001


Practice groupGlobal Regulatory

"Hogan Lovells can have a real discussion with you and the more junior members have real energy and ideas to contribute"

Administrative and Public Law, Band 1, Chambers UK 2020

Louis is an associate in our Public Law & Policy team, helping businesses understand, change and challenge the regulatory framework they operate in.

Louis assists clients in the public and private sectors on both contentious and advisory matters, including administrative and public law, commercial judicial review, EU law, commercial human rights and public affairs and policy.

Louis also advises clients on constitutional issues of fundamental importance to business, such as Brexit. He has a particular interest on how Brexit will impact the ability to litigate cross-border and has written extensively on this.

Awards and recognitions


Administrative and Public Law (Band 1)
Chambers UK


Parliamentary and Public Affairs (Band 1)
Chambers UK


Administrative and Public Law (Tier 1)
Legal 500


Brexit (Tier 1)
Legal 500

Education and admissions


M.A., University of Cambridge, 2015


Administrative Law Bar Association

Young Public Lawyers Group

Bar admissions and qualifications

Solicitor, England and Wales

Representative experience

Acting for Uber in its appeals against decisions by TfL not to renew its licence to operate in London.

Advising Uber on key regulatory issues relevant to its UK operations, inside and outside London.

Acting for ITV in its successful defence of two expedited judicial reviews brought by the Liberal Democrats and the Scottish National Party.

Advising the Gambling Commission in relation to the competition to award the next National Lottery licence.

On-going advice for NATS, the UK's air traffic controller, on a wide range of public law and regulatory issues in connection with its operations.

Advising the LME on public law and related aspects of its functions, including rule development, consultation, challenge risk, dispute resolution and Brexit risk.

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