Laura B.

Laura is an authority on all aspects of Human Rights and Immigration law, able to draw on the 12 years experience she has gained managing immigration, human rights and compliance teams across multiple blue chip law firms. She has represented some of the worlds largest companies across all sectors, including finance, technology, marketing, engineering, retail, telecoms, consultancy, oil and gas.

Laura has not only lived and breathed the changes to the global immigration climate over the years, but has also gained employment law experience and developed a close network of trusted third party advisers. This knowledge enables her to offer tailored consultancy and application for marketing campaigns, businesses and individuals alike, whether providing high-level strategic advice to companies on issues such as human rights, compliance, employment law and immigration conflicts, or offering financial and marketing compliance services to high-net worth individuals beyond their immigration requirements. This reflects Laura’s drive to building strong client relationships that exceed expectations.

Laura’s experience is derived from her tenure with Fragomen Worldwide, Willis Group, Definitive Immigration Services, Osborne Clarke and her current position as Director of Crossland Fox. She has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Greenwich in English Literature and Law and an LLB Conversion Degree from the London College of Law.

Laura remains true to her East End of London roots. Coming from a multi-cultural community, Laura is uniquely positioned to offer clients from all walks of life the same high-level of service she expects herself. Laura never forgets the reason she chose to work in law in the first place, and that was to help people.

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