Laura practises in various areas of litigation with emphasis on the following:

Family disputes, including child custody and matrimonial disputes;

Advising vendors and purchasers in relation to the sale and acquisition of residential and commercial property;

Debt recovery with particular experience in dealing with Strata Corporations in relation to the collection of overdue strata fees and the enforcement of strata by-laws;

Wills and probate particularly relating to disputes after death and enforcing foreign orders offshore;

Civil and criminal fraud and serious crime.


Prior to joining McGrath Tonner Laura spent Laura spent a year in the Insolvency and Dispute Resolution department at Walkers Global assisting with a large multi-jurisdictional civil fraud case with multiple defendants.

Earlier in her career, Laura spent four years with the Cayman Islands Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions as Crown Counsel, prosecuting serious criminal offences, with an emphasis on corruption related crime.

Before relocating to the Cayman Islands in 2008, Laura practised at the Bar of England and Wales where she was a member of chambers at One Inner Temple Lane, London.


  • College of Law, Bar Vocational Course, Very Competent
  • University of Leicester, LLB Law (Hons), Upper Second Class
  • Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS)
  • Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), Certificate in International Trust Management, Distinction


  • Cayman Islands (2016)
  • England and Wales (non-practising) (2002)