Lucia Osborne-Crowley 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.