Laura is a highly experienced commercial litigation lawyer who is passionate about delivering excellent outcomes for her clients. She is friendly, approachable and reliable, with high emotional intelligence, outstanding technical competency and an adaptive-style, she is a force-of-nature in her clients’ corner.
Laura has global litigation experience that she draws on to deliver creative, outside-of-the-box solutions. This experience extends to cases involving fraud, insolvency litigation, shareholder disputes, technology disputes, professional negligence and general commercial disputes, in the context of court litigation, arbitration and mediation. Having acted for both plaintiffs and defendants, Laura is able to apply a strategic approach to her cases, pre-empting opponents’ moves.
Laura’s breadth of experience includes recently acting for a well-known consumer body in the high-profile and landmark case, Philipp v Barclays Bank UK PLC  UKSC 25 (featured in The Lawyer’s “Top Appeals of 2023”).
Laura is also a leading lawyer in authorised push payment frauds (APP fraud), the Quincecare duty and recovering losses from banks. Laura has deep knowledge regarding digital assets and new emerging technologies such as crypto, blockchain and artificial intelligence and has published articles and presented on the topic of AI regulation.
Laura is dual qualified, she is admitted to practise law in all Australian state courts, in addition to being admitted as a solicitor in England & Wales.