Taylor Laurayne is an Associate in the Commercial Litigation, Restructuring and Insolvency Department of the Barbados office. Since joining the firm, her practice has been focused mainly on domestic and cross-border insolvency matters, administrative and constitutional law, as well as civil and corporate litigation.
Taylor was awarded a Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours from the University of the West Indies (“UWI”) in 2015. While attending UWI, she was awarded the Dame Bernice Lake, Q.C. Scholarship by the Anguilla Bar Association for her performance in Constitutional Law, as well as the David Nathaniel King Memorial Scholarship for her performance in Offshore Law.
She subsequently attended the Hugh Wooding Law School (“HWLS”) in Trinidad and Tobago. There, she was competitively selected to represent the law school at the Margaret Forte Regional Mooting Competition and was awarded several academic and extracurricular prizes. These included the Council of Legal Education’s Prize for Most Outstanding Student Over Two Years, the Barbados Bar Association’s Prize for the Best Performance by a Student from Barbados and the Principal’s Award for Advocacy, as well as various awards for her performance in Probate Law, the Law of Remedies, Criminal Practice and Procedure, Ethics and Trial Advocacy.
Taylor graduated from HWLS as class valedictorian and was the sole recipient of the Legal Education Certificate of Merit. She is admitted to practice in Barbados and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.