Laoura has been a litigation lawyer in the National Litigation Sector of the Department of Justice since 2008. During that time she has represented the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and the Minister of Public Safety on a variety of applications before the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal. She teaches in the Immigration Consultant Certificate of Achievement Program at Humber College.
Prior to her employment with the Department of Justice, Laoura worked with the Canada Border Services Agency where she appeared before the Immigration and Refugee Protection Board in a variety of immigration and refugee matters. She received a Bachelor of Civil Law degree from Laval University and a Bachelor of Common Law degree from the University of Ottawa where she also received a Master of Laws.