Rheanne Laybourn

Rheanne graduated in 2013 with a first class honours degree in law from the University of Kent. She gained an award for achieving the highest marks in her year for the medical law and ethics module at undergraduate level.

In the second year of her undergraduate degree Rheanne was awarded the Sir David-Aker Jones Award studying at the University of Hong Kong in the LLM stream which she passed with first class honours. While reading law Rheanne completed pro bono placements at the Kent Law Clinic and Kowloon’s Association Concerning Sexual Violence against Women.

Rheanne has experience of assisting on high value clinical negligence claims particularly involving a severe brain and/or spinal injury, birth injury, stillbirth and neonatal death, fatalities in hospital and inquests.

Rheanne is a Prime Minister’s Global Fellow and has interests in political philosophy and life sciences.