Larah Michaud completed her A Levels at International School Seychelles in June 2011. Thereafter, she proceeded to the University of Kent, Canterbury in September 2011 for her undergraduate degree in Law.
She was instantly fascinated with public law in the first term. ‘Although very homesick and at times I felt like I wanted to drop out, my parents pushed me and I grew to enjoy my undergraduate degree very much,’ she says of the experience. In her 3rd year she decided to take the following modules; Medical Ethics, Human Rights and English Law and Family Law which has driven her to where she is today.
During Michaud’s degree, she took up a mini-pupilage with the Attorney Generals Chambers in 2012 for about 3 months. This encouraged her to proceed to the Bar.
In July 2014, she graduated with her Bachelor of Laws.
Following her undergraduate degree at the University of Kent, Michaud took up the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) at City University of London in September 2014. Due to the loss of a family member, she did not complete her studies immediately. She completed her exams in July 2017 and was admitted as a Barrister to the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn and called to the Bar of England and Wales in March 2018.