Prior to commencing pupillage, Laurence worked at Boutique Law, a firm of solicitors specialising in business crime and extradition.
He helped prepare appeals to the High Court under both Part 1 and Part 2 of the Extradition Act 2003, responses to requests for mutual legal assistance, defences to civil fraud claims, and defences to regulatory proceedings. He also worked for a year as a paralegal at the Infected Blood Inquiry, where he undertook document reviews, assisted in the preparation of witness statements, and drafted Rule 9 letters.
Laurence read Theology at Clare College, Cambridge, where he was an academic and choral scholar. He graduated with First Class Honours, winning the Theological Studies Prize. Having undertaken the Graduate Diploma in Law at City, University of London, he was then awarded the Middle Temple’s top scholarship – The Queen’s Scholarship – to study for the Bar Professional Training Course.
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