Lucia Osborne-Crowley was born in London but raised in Brisbane and Sydney, Australia. She graduated with First Class Honours in international studies from the University of Sydney in 2013 and she graduated from her Juris Doctor with Distinction from the University of New South Wales in 2018.
She has worked as a journalist since 2014, starting at a local Sydney newspaper and has since worked as a staff reporter for Women’s Agenda, and the Wall Street Journal . She is currently working for Law360 as a legal affairs correspondent from London. In addition, Lucia works as a freelance writer and reporter for ABC News, the Huffington Post, GQ Australia, The Saturday Paper and The Sunday Times.
Lucia has also worked in law, as a paralegal in the class actions department at Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, a research assistant to the Dean of the UNSW Law School and a judge’s associate in London. Her legal research work has focused on constitutional law, international law and human rights.
Lucia currently lives in London with her cat Glen.