Serena Grant

Director of Trustlaw (on maternity leave)

Serena heads the TrustLaw team and oversees TrustLaw’s strategy and activities around the world. She has a special interest in human trafficking & slavery, women’s rights and land and property rights and has lead key initiatives and research in each of these areas.

Prior to joining the Foundation, Serena worked as a lawyer in the London and Sydney offices of Baker & McKenzie, an international law firm, where she specialised in mergers & acquisitions and corporate law. Before this, she worked in the intellectual property group of Hogan Lovells in Tokyo.

Serena has worked on a number of pro bono matters throughout her career and has a strong interest in international development and corporate social responsibility. Serena is an Australian qualified solicitor and has a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts (with majors in English Literature and Japanese) from the University of Western Australia.