Ayesha Vardags, President

Precis: Lois specialises in all areas of family law, including divorce and cohabitation, financial matters and disputes relating to children matters. Her practise area is particularly focussed on complex financial proceedings for high net worth international clients. Lois was an integral part of the team on the preliminary issue hearing of Quan v Bray [2014] EWHC 3340 (Fam) which required extensive international asset tracing and disclosure exercise in relation to complex offshore structures.

Lois Rogers, Senior Associate

Precis: Lois specialises in all areas of family law, including divorce and cohabitation, financial matters and disputes relating to children matters. Her practise area is particularly focussed on complex financial proceedings for high net worth international clients. Lois was an integral part of the team on the preliminary issue hearing of Quan v Bray [2014] EWHC 3340 (Fam) which required extensive international asset tracing and disclosure exercise in relation to complex offshore structures.

Ayesha Vardags, President

Education: Lois holds an MA in Jurisprudence from Oxford University and completed the Legal Practice Course at BPP with distinction.

Press & publications:

Lois’s legal commentary has been sought out by the media; she has co-written an article on Family Law Week and appeared on BBC Radio 2.

Career: When Lois joined Vardags in 2013, she brought with her a wealth of deal-making experience, having previously spent two years working as an in-house lawyer in the Corporate and Asset Finance division of a leading financial institution, and prior to that practising international finance at a leading City law firm, with secondments to two other international banks. Her expertise in these areas shines through in her current practice and makes her particularly adept at dealing with complex international corporate and trust structures and corporate valuation exercises.

Personal: Lois was born in Devon and lives in London. She enjoys music, travel, skiing and running.

Reported Cases:
  • Quan v Bray [2014] EWHC 3340 (Fam)