Laura Boyle

Head of marketing and business development | London

Laura is head of marketing and business development for Europe and Asia.

She has spent her career working with lawyers on keeping their clients happy. She leads a team of 17 marketing and business development professionals, and is responsible for the firm’s approach on winning new business and client relationship management. Laura was shortlisted as ‘Business Development Professional of the Year’ by Modern Law Magazine in 2015.

She is passionate about inclusivity in the workplace. She is a founding Board member of One Loud Voice for Women, an organisation committed to achieving gender parity at work.

She is also a project champion for First 100 Years: Women in Law, which is finding and filming the stories of women lawyers - like that of the first woman made partner at a City firm as late 1981. In 2019, on the 100th anniversary of the change in law that allowed women to become lawyers for the first time, this digital archive will be donated to the British Museum.

Track record


Launching One Loud Voice for Women January 2016, an organisation committed to eradicating gender discrimination in the workplace.

Developing Family Office First, a solution for families facing a commercial dispute within the family unit. Much of the wealth sector still talks about trust and divorce dispute advice for families only, but we are proud of our ability to offer commercial dispute resolution too. Not all disputes are the same - if you need to challenge a fraud in the family office, you need to do it sensitively.

Part of the team creating and launching the new website showcasing the Withersworldwide offering, setting a new digital strategy that will allow us to serve clients and intermediaries better online.

Chartered Institute of Marketing

Professional Services Marketing Group

PM Forum

Me in a minute

I am happiest thinking about what people want from their careers and seeing if I can help them with their plans.

I enjoy writing. I get a lot of satisfaction from working out how we can tell clients something often quite technical in as simple a way as possible. I like thinking about what we are really trying to say, and what a client really needs to know, and making sure we don’t say anything extra to this.

In the last few years though I have found that it is the part of my role that allows me to support colleagues with their careers, or with their day to day challenges, that means I really enjoy this job. It’s funny how much can hold people back, when it doesn’t need to. So I like trying to work out how people can ditch the barriers that stop them getting what they want.



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