Laura-Lou Moreau is the Forced Labour & Critical Minerals Project Director at BHRC. Since 2013, she has been working in the fields of international criminal law, human rights law, corporate accountability, transitional justice and sexual and gender-based violence. Laura-Lou is also a Senior Legal Counsel in the Banking & Atrocity Crimes practice group at Lex Collective (formerly named Global Diligence Alliance).

Previously, Laura-Lou worked at Civitas Maxima where she led a case related to the illegal exploitation of mineral resources in an Eastern African country and the role of foreign economic actors in fueling and profiteering from the conflict. Between 2017 and 2021, Laura-Lou worked for Project Expedite Justice where she led investigations and strategic litigation related to the Darfur genocide, supported Sudan’s transitional justice process through capacity building and training activities, and led the development of an e-learning platform housing a curriculum on best investigation and documentation practices. Upon passing the French bar in 2018, Laura-Lou also assisted a French lawyer on domestic criminal cases and on a universal jurisdiction case related to the Rwandan genocide before the Appeal Court of Paris (France). Earlier on, she worked in defence teams before the ECCC in Phnom Penh (Cambodia), the ICC and the ICTY in the Hague (Netherlands).