Mrs Laura Bayley > Crucible Chambers > LONDON, England > Lawyer Profile

Crucible Chambers
CENTRAL COURT, 25 SOUTHAMPTON BUILDINGS
LONDON
WC2A 1AL
England

Work Department

Laura is a highly regarded Professional Discipline and Regulatory Law specialist with a busy inquest and Disclosure and Barring Service ("DBS") appeal practice.

Position

Laura is recognised for her careful case preparation, considered legal submissions and persuasive advocacy, with an approachable style and emphasis on providing excellent client care.

 

Laura’s core practice is in representing professional registrants, regulated entities and regulators, particularly in the healthcare sector. Her breadth of expertise means that Laura is able to assist clients in a variety of associated proceedings. She regularly undertakes inquest work, on behalf of interested persons and organisations. She advises and represents individuals facing DBS barring decisions, including appeals to the Upper Tribunal.

 

In 2019, Laura was appointed to the Health and Safety Executive’s List of Specialist Regulatory Advocates.

Laura provides accurate and reliable written advice on all aspects of healthcare Regulatory Law, evidence and appeals.

 

Laura’s current practice is founded upon a successful criminal defence practice. She continues to appear in the Crown Court, having successfully represented defendants in a wide range of cases, including blackmail, serious violence against the person, robbery, burglary, fraud and other dishonesty offences, weapons offences, sexual offences, drug offences and road traffic matters.

Career

Laura is recognised for her careful case preparation, considered legal submissions and persuasive advocacy, with an approachable style and emphasis on providing excellent client care.

 

Laura’s core practice is in representing professional registrants, regulated entities and regulators, particularly in the healthcare sector. Her breadth of expertise means that Laura is able to assist clients in a variety of associated proceedings. She regularly undertakes inquest work, on behalf of interested persons and organisations. She advises and represents individuals facing DBS barring decisions, including appeals to the Upper Tribunal.

 

In 2019, Laura was appointed to the Health and Safety Executive’s List of Specialist Regulatory Advocates.

Laura provides accurate and reliable written advice on all aspects of healthcare Regulatory Law, evidence and appeals.

 

Laura’s current practice is founded upon a successful criminal defence practice. She continues to appear in the Crown Court, having successfully represented defendants in a wide range of cases, including blackmail, serious violence against the person, robbery, burglary, fraud and other dishonesty offences, weapons offences, sexual offences, drug offences and road traffic matters.

Memberships

  • Criminal Bar Association
  • Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers (ARDL)
  • Health and Safety Lawyers’ Association (HSLA)