Laurie-Anne PowerBarrister, 25 Bedford Row
Laurie-Anne was commended by the Court of Appeal in a leading case involving financial crime. She worked on the genocide trials at the Special Court in Sierra Leone. Laurie-Anne regularly features in the media addressing matters of Law and is an advocacy trainer for Middle Temple.
Laurie-Anne is a mentor for the association of “Women in Criminal Law” and is “Head of Pupillage” for her chambers. Laurie-Anne is passionate about and advocates for diversification of the Bar and is dedicated to improving career prospects for minority barristers. She is a role model, speaker and mentor for Urban Synergy, an early intervention mentoring charity that helps hundreds of young people reach their potential through mentoring, seminars and work experience.